With Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order this month for all California restaurants to close to dine-in customers to help inhibit the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, many local eateries have moved to takeout and delivery.
Local chambers of commerce have made lists of all such , establishments in their cities, as well as deals, changes to operations and how to reach them.
Business leaders are encouraging people to “buy local” as small retailers and restaurants struggle.
For the full list of restaurants currently operating in Costa Mesa, refer to the Chamber of Commerce website at costamesachamber.com/open-for-business. For services and products, go to costamesachamber.com/services-products.
The Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce compiled an alphabetical list of all businesses, including restaurants and services, at fvchamber.com/OpenBusinesses.
Huntington Beach’s Chamber of Commerce split up its list of businesses by location and included whether restaurants are available for takeout or delivery. The list is at hbchamber.org.
Laguna Beach’s list of available restaurants is at lagunabeachchamber.org/takeout-curbside. Restaurants are listed in alphabetical order.
The Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce and Visit Newport Beach, the city’s tourism arm, posted lists that include restaurant options across the city. The lists are at newportbeach.com/newportdelivers and visitnewportbeach.com/newport-beach-dining-alternatives.