This is an ongoing list that will be updated as we receive information. If you know of a business that has adjusted hours or offers, please email [email protected]
Chamber of Commerce
Conway Area Chamber of Commerce
“Effectively immediately the Chamber building will be closed to the public. Our staff will continue to be available during by phone or other communication platforms.
We are in the process of reaching out to any members who have space reserved in the next 30 days.
We’re also encouraging all of our members to consider how they might quickly and dramatically alter operations to reduce non-essential in-person contact.
Please reach out to us with any business issue or question you may have. We are taking measures like this so that our team can remain MORE available to you as our city, state, and country confront this crisis together.”
Doctors Offices and Clinics
CARTI IMPLEMENTS DRIVE-THRU PRE-SCREENINGS
“Elevates safety precautions in light of coronavirus
LITTLE ROCK, AR (March 16, 2020) – In light of the recent influx of coronavirus diagnoses in Arkansas, CARTI is implementing elevated safety protocols to ensure the health and well-being of its patients, caregivers and team members. CARTI’s executive leadership and medical team continues to monitor this global pandemic on a minute-by-minute basis and are initiating appropriate protocols.
Starting Monday, March 16, CARTI’s elevated precautions include:
- Drive-thru pre-screening locations for patients and caregivers to utilize.
- To view the pre-screen and parking location directions for the CARTI Cancer Center in Little Rock, click here.
- All additional locations will utilize drive-thru and outdoor pre-screening locations outside of the main door of the facility.
- Because of these elevated precautions, all patients should arrive 40 minutes before their appointment to account for additional time needed to go through the pre-screen process and fill out paperwork.
- Rescheduling all nonessential appointments to reduce the number of patients in clinic spaces and minimize the possibility of exposure for patients who have essential appointments or who are in active treatment.
- Canceling all nonessential appointments for specialty clinics, including The Breast Center at CARTI and The Cancer Genetics and Risk Management Clinic.
- Diagnostic patients will continue to be seen at The Breast Center.
- Discouraging patients from having food delivered to a CARTI facility, and encouraging them to bring food that has been prepared at home.
“As always, CARTI operates under the most thorough infection control procedures,” said Adam Head, CARTI president and CEO. “We have protocols and systems in place to safeguard the health and safety of our patients, visitors and healthcare workers, and to minimize the risk of COVID-19 at CARTI and within our community.”
If a patient is experiencing any respiratory symptoms, they should call our nurses line at 501.906.3000, available Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., and weekends from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
If you have any additional questions, please contact your medical team or call 501.906.3000.”
The Shot Clinic, 10720 N Rodney Parham Rd, (501) 225-7468
“We will come out to your car if you do not want to come in to get your wellness shots! Remember at this time it is important to keep your immune system up!!”
Pinnacle Hearing, 10700 Rodney Parham, Suite A7, Little Rock, 501-225-6060
Curbside hearing aid clinic
Monday – Friday 12-1pm
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
“After careful consideration and discussions with our staff, community partners, and health officials, we’ve decided to temporarily close Crystal Bridges and The Momentary in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Crystal Bridges will close starting Monday, March 16 at 6 pm, and the Momentary will close today at 7 pm. Both venues will remain closed through March 31. Programs and events for March & April have already been canceled.
While we’re closed, we will actively seek ways to connect with guests on all of our platforms. So you tell us! What would you like to see on our social media channels this month?
We will also seek ways to share the beauty of nature in a safe, responsible way, as access to our trails may provide needed stress relief for our community. The Crystal Bridges trails will remain open every day from dawn to dusk.
We appreciate your support and flexibility. We’ve made this decision in solidarity with the city and the nation, as a majority of museums around the country have temporarily closed their doors in response to COVID-19. We look forward to welcoming all to enjoy our space again starting March 31.”
Click here for more: bit.ly/CrystalBridgesCOVID-19
Table Rock Lake’s Dewey Short Visitor Center,
Greers Ferry Lake’s William Carl Garner Visitor Center,
and the River Valley Visitor Center located at the Russellville Site Office are closed.
Little Rock Zoo
“The Little Rock Zoo announced today that it will close and not reopen until at least March 30 in an effort to help stop the spread of coronavirus, or COVID-19. The Little Rock Zoo has been closely monitoring health information on COVID-19 and has made the difficult decision to close to the public. The health and safety of our guests, staff, animals, volunteers and the community are our highest priority.
We inspire people to value and conserve our natural world. Visiting the Zoo is an opportunity to experience wildlife up close, but it is also an opportunity to connect with others in our community and with our friends and family. We pride ourselves in the care we give and care is central to our decision making process.
To this end, the Little Rock Zoo will close to visitation on Monday, March 16, 2020 and will not reopen until March 30.”
Read more here.
Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort
“With the unfortunate announcement Sunday afternoon that two people have tested positive for Covid-19 (Coronavirus) in Garland County, Oaklawn has made the decision to voluntarily close the casino for two weeks effective Monday, March 16 at 8 am through March 30. This includes Silks Bar and Grill, Bistro 2705 and the Sports Book. The racing operations will continue without spectators during this same time period.”
“Regal announces closure of all theatre locations starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020, as a precaution amid the current circumstances. All theatres will remain closed until further notice. Please check back soon. We look forward to serving you again as soon as possible.”
Walmart is cutting store hours starting Sunday at its locations across the U.S. due to COVID-19.
Stores normally open 24 hours will be open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. until further notice, the company said late Saturday. Other stores, which are typically open until midnight, will also have reduced hours.
“The Faulkner County Library will be closed starting Monday, March 16th to the public. We will be offering curb side pickups with details to come SOON. We will also be offering our Storytimes on Facebook live on our children’s page. Please go like the page for alerts of when to watch Faulkner County Library Children’s Department.”
Heights Fine Wines, 5012 Kavanaugh Blvd (501) 664-9463
“Call ahead and we will gather your order then happily walk it out to your car.”
Pleasant Valley Liquor
OPEN – 11600 North Rodney Parham Road, Little Rock
Park West Pharmacy, 904 Autumn Rd, Little Rock
“Hey there everyone! We just wanted to let you all know that the pharmacy will be offering curbside service and delivery ONLY until further notice.
Keep in mind that our location is central to the Arkansas infections and we are close neighbors to a family practice clinic.
Due to the recommendations to practice social distancing to minimize the chances of COVID-19 spreading, we think this is the best way to protect you and our employees.
We will still be open our normal hours and delivering our normal times! Call us with any questions or concerns you have, and stay healthy.”
Restaurants (see additional list of restaurants here)
At The Corner Little Rock
“This weekend felt different. It was different. But it was necessary. Our team went above and beyond to ensure the safety of our customers & teammates. From single use disposable silverware and cupware, to our self serve stations being moved to table side, to laminating and sanitizing every menu & @ number after use and before reuse. From deep cleaning and sanitizing every table, chairs & booths before a new party was seated. To assigning one person to pre-bus and bus all tables to ensure gloves were worn at all times. To posting a letter on our walls so our customers could read about our new changes, asking for patience and kindness. To sanitizing every hour all door handles, bathroom handles, appliance handles, pos stations, and other stations and when we were busier we did it every 30 mins. To washing our hands diligently and thoroughly. To fixing green juices & warm lemon water shots for our team and the list goes on and on. But at the end of the day, every single person that walked through our doors or got curbside weren’t just customers or teammates and never will be. We all share this planet together. We are all humans together and we love you like friends and family because @ the end of the day, @ The Corner isn’t just a restaurant. It’s our home. And we are thankful for you, our team and everyone that we get the privilege to call family and as a family we will continue to take care of you! ❤️” – The King & @ Family
Arthur’s Prime Steakhouse:
“?As of tonight, we are very happy to bring all your orders to go to your car with all safety measures in consideration.
?We are implementing the SIX FEET distancing rule between tables and seating to try to keep everyone healthy and safe.
?We are keeping our main dining room seating to a maximum of six people per table. We have 6-7 private rooms for larger groups that can be used at no room fees cost. As of today, until further date, we are waiving all room charges.
?My staff and myself are committed to provide you and yours with our superior services, putting your health and safety first!!
Stay together with your loved ones well and safe. Much love to all!!”
— Jerry Barakat
BJs Market Cafe – North Little Rock
“Our dining room is open! We are also offering call ahead curbside service! (501) 945-8884”
“To our Chick-fil-A Conway community,
In efforts to continue to diligently put the health and safety of our guests and employees at top priority, we have made the decision to reduce contact points by closing our dining room and restrooms starting on Tuesday 3/17.
During this time, we will be enhancing our drive thru face-to-face experience to help serve you efficiently and with care. We ask that non-cash payment be used when possible to help serve you faster and safer. We will remain open normal business hours with the following service options:
* Drive Thru * Catering Delivery * Catering Pick-up * Mobile Drive thru * Mobile Curbside (beginning 3/18) * Door Dash * GrubHub
We understand that the circumstances surrounding our community are challenging. We have not made this decision lightly, or out of fear, but with the intent to provide the highest level of protection while we serve you. We will miss our opportunities to spend time visiting with you during this time, and we thank you for your understanding as we work to keep health and safety top priority.
Please continue to follow our social media pages for West Conway or Conway Commons for updates. You may also visit our corporate page for information as the situation continues to unfold.
Thank you for allowing us the honor to serve you. We love you, and are praying for our community and our country.”
Alan Kizer, Owner/Operator
Diane’s Gourmet Luxuries – Little Rock
“Delivery and Curb-side pickup available. Call 501-224-2639. View on Instagram here.”
Guillermo’s Gourmet Coffee
“Due to the ongoing events, we will currently only be serving curbside pickup until further notice! Give us a call at 501-228-4448 and we’ll bring your order straight to your car!
We are also delivering all your coffee needs w/FREE SAME DAY SHIPPING for all Little Rock and NLR residents. Visit guillermoscoffee.com/coffee-tea and make sure to click “Store Pickup”, ADD your delivery address to the notes section, and just like that coffee beans will be on their way!
Mike’s Place – Conway
Effective today, beginning March 18, we are suspending our dining room service until March 31 or until further notice, during the COVID-19/Coronavirus crisis. The time has come for extraordinary & extreme measures to be taken, based on advisements and recommendations by the United States Government officials & the CDC, these new guidelines are designed to fight the spreading of Coronavirus outbreak.
As difficult as this decision is, the health & safety of our employees and guests is top priority.
We will be offering our full menu for take-out/to-go orders and curb side service beginning Wed. Mar. 18th from 11am-8pm Sun-Th and 11a-9pm Sat & Sundays.
Call us at 501-269-6453 for orders and details.
You can also email us at [email protected] with name and phone number for gift card purchases or questions about orders.
Samantha’s Tap Room and Wood Grill
“Order to-go food from the or we will bring it out curbside! (We are still open to the public inside as well.)”
Sauced Bar and Oven – Little Rock
“Order to-go food from the or we will bring it out curbside! (We are still open to the public inside as well.)”
“Starbucks will be moving to a “to go” model in all company-owned stores in the U.S. and Canada for at least two weeks. Read more here.”
“Abercrombie & Fitch Co has joined the list of retail businesses to shut down their stores in response to the continued spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19.
The company will be closing all stores, including Hollister branded stores, in North America starting March 15 and in Europe on March 16. Stores in APAC will remain open. It will also continue to sell online. The closures are currently scheduled to last two weeks until March 28.”
“Our retail stores are closed until March 27.
We are committed to providing exceptional service to our customers. For purchases with fast and free delivery, shop here on apple.com or the Apple Store app. For service and support, go to support.apple.com or call 800-275-2273.
We look forward to seeing you soon.”
Bella Vita Jewelry – Little Rock
“Dear friends and loyal patrons:⠀
After a lot of thought, I have decided to temporarily close the Bella Vita shop. Though it pains me to do so, I feel it is my responsibility to follow the suggestions of our public health professionals. As a business owner, that means closing my doors and not encouraging people to come out to shop during this public health crisis. ⠀
This is only temporary. We will be back open as soon as it is safe!
In the meantime, you can still shop with us! I am committed to keeping my wonderful staff, and we will be working really hard to update our website with as much product as we can. ⠀
During our temporary store closure, you can shop online and take advantage of free domestic shipping with this code: SHIPITGOOD. I will be making free, personal deliveries in the Little Rock area, and you can still pick up curbside (outside the shop) with us. We’ll be in there working away! ⠀
Stay tuned to our social media stories and posts as we will be updating them all day, every day starting tomorrow after I have a pow wow with my team. I am also working on some jewelry-making kits that we can ship out to keep you all busy, and even give those kiddos something to do besides look at a screen all day. ⠀
I truly feel like Bella Vita will be fine during all of this. But, I do want you to recognize how important it is to support your local independent businesses. Most of us have no financial backers or corporate safety nets. Most of us are worried about rent and keeping all of our employees on payroll. And as we all enter survival mode, I personally am worried about all the little shops that keep our wholesale business afloat. BUT, Im staying positive and trying to figure out ways to innovate. ⠀
So, stick with us! Take some time to go enjoy the great outdoors and stay as safe and sane as possible! And when—not if, but when—this cloud lifts, we’ll be throwing open the doors and welcoming you all back to our little shop. Can’t wait to see you all again!”
“Open and offering FaceTime shopping as well as free delivery, shipping or curbside pickup. Website has also been updated with new spring merchandise. Thanks to all for your support! Stay safe!”
www.feinsteins.com • (501) 664-7330
Nike will temporarily close all US retail stores for 2 weeks to limit the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement released Sunday, the retail giant said it is closing all of its stores in the US, Canada, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand to limit the spread of the virus. These stores will close from March 16 through March 27.
Outlets of Little Rock
WordsWorth Books & Co. – Little Rock
Free home delivery in Little Rock on purchases over $25. Learn more here.