Coronavirus - St. Louis area business closings

Sam Masterson
March 12, 2020 - 11:44 am
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This list will continue to be updated as more closures are announced

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All Illinois Bars & Restaurants Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker is ordering all bars and restaurants in the state to close to dine-in patrons starting Monday night, March 16 through March 30.

All Bars and Restaurants in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, Franklin County and St. Charles County -- dining rooms closed starting midnight Thursday, delivery, curbside pickup or drive thru still available.

AMC Theatres (All Locations) - Closed for 6-12 weeks beginning March 16. Reopening based on local health department guidance.

American Eagle Outfitters - All locations closed through March 28th.  Online shopping still available.

Apple Store - Closed until further notice. Online shopping still available.

Argosy Alton Belle Casino - casino closed for at least two weeks starting March 16.

Ashley Homestore - Temporary Hour reduction.  Sunday - Friday Noon-8pm, Saturday 10am - 9pm

Bath & Body Works - Closed until further notice.

Brentwood Public Library - Closed March 17th through April 3rd.

Casino Queen - casino and hotel closed for at least two weeks starting March 16.

Chaifetz ArenaThere will be no events at Chaifetz Arena on the Saint Louis University campus until at least April 30.

Champs Sports - Closed March 17th through March 31st.

Christopher & Banks - Closed until further notice.

City MuseumCity Museum will temporarily suspend operations through March 31, 2020

Claire's - Closed March 17th through at least March 27th.

Climb So iLL - Closed until further notice.

Crate & Barrel - Closed March 17th through March 31st.

Dick's Sporting Goods - Closed March 18 through April 2nd.  Contactless curbside pickup available.

Disney Store - Closed March 17th until further notice.

Earthbound Trading Company - Closed March 18th through April 1st.

Express - Closed through March 27th

Ferguson Municipal Public Library - Closed Tuesday, March 17th through Sunday, April 5th.

Fields Foods - The Lafayette Square location will be open exclusively to shoppers over the age of 60 from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. as an added precaution for seniors.

Foot Locker - Closed March 17th through March 31st.

Gateway Arch National ParkThe National Park Service has announced the temporary closure of the park, which includes the Old Courthouse, beginning March 18 until further notice.

Gateway Region YMCA (All Branches) - closing facilities at the close of business Tuesday, March 17 through Sunday, March 29, 2020, with the intent to reopen on Monday, March 30. 

Golf Galaxy - Closed March 18 through April 2nd.  Contactless curbside pickup available.

H&M - Closed March 17 through April 2nd or until further notice.

Hot Topic - Closed until further notice.

IKEA - All U.S. stores closed effective immediately and will remain closed until further notice.  Customers are still able to place online orders.

Illinois Supply and Provisions -- online ordering only until further notice.

JC Penny - Closed March 18th through April 2nd.

Jewels on Hampton - Closed until further notice.

Kirkwood Public Library - Closed beginning Tuesday, March 17th until further notice.

Maplewood Public Library - Closed March 18th through April 6th.

Marcus Theatres -  Starting Tuesday night, all of their screens will be going dark until further notice, with the last showtime at 8:30 p.m. on March 17.

Men's Warehouse - Closed through March 31st.

Michael Kors - Closed through April 10th.  Online Shopping available.

Microsoft Store - Closed until further notice.  Online shopping available.

Mid Rivers Mall - All interior common areas are closed. Businesses with exterior entrances may remain open

Missouri Botanical Garden - All of its affiliated sites are postponing or canceling all events that attract large crowds through May 1. Missouri Botanical Garden, Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House, Shaw Nature Reserve, Litzsinger Road Ecology Center and the Little Shop Around the Corner closed through April 3.

Missouri Highway Patrol -- all driver tests suspended through March 31.

Moolah Theatre - closed til further notice.

Nordstrom - Closing all stores for 2 weeks beginning March 17th.

REI - Will be closed effective March 16 until March 27.

Richmond Heights Memorial Library - Closed March 16th through April 3rd.

Rock Hill Public Library - Closed March 17th through April 6th.

Saint Louis Galleria Mall - All interior common areas closed. Businesses with exterior entrances may remain open at their discretion.

Saint Louis Zoo - The Zoo closed on Monday until further notice and will determine plans to reopen closer to April. 

Schnucks - Most Schnucks stores will now be open daily from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. and will reserve the first hour of the day for people 60 or older. Oakwood Schnucks in Alton will be closed until further notice. Stores in Shrewsbury and on Lemay Ferry Rd. in Lemay will reopen Thursday morning at 6 a.m. as scheduled and they'll be open through Monday, but they'll be closed every Tuesday and Wednesday until further notice.

Sephora - Closed March 17th - April 3rd. Online shopping still available.

Six Flags St. Louis - Will be closed until at least mid-May.

South County Center - All interior common areas closed.  Businesses with exterior entrances may remain open at their discretion.

St. Clair Square Mall - Canceled/Postponed All interior common areas closed mall events, including Easter photo program.  Closed Children's Play Area until further notice.  Food court seating area closed.  Food Court operators remain open for carry out orders.

St. Louis Art Museum - Closed for 4 weeks beginning March 16.

St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station - The Aquarium is temporarily closing through March 31.

St. Charles City-County Public Library - All Branches Closed through April 5.  Classes and Events cancelled through May 10.

St. Louis County Public Library -- All programming, events and outreach efforts are suspended starting Monday, March 16. This includes author readings and outside use of meeting space. Branches closed March 17 - April 3

St. Louis Premium OutletsClosed until March 29th.

St. Louis Public LibraryClosed beginning Monday March 16th at 6pm until further notice.

St. Louis Science Center Effective Saturday, March 14, 2020, the Saint Louis Science Center will close to the public through March 31.

Tamm Avenue Bar -- will not be open for St. Patrick's Day March 17.

Target - Reduced hours, all stores closing at 9pm.  The first hour of shopping each Wednesday to support vulnerable guests, including the elderly and those with underlying health concerns.

Ted Drewes - Closed indefinitely starting Sat. March 28.

The Fox Theatre - All shows and events are cancelled through at least March 31.

University City Public Library - Closed until further notice.

Valley Park Community Library - Closed beginning March 17th until further notice.

WalmartStarting March 15, Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. until further notice.

Webster Groves Public Library - Closed March 16th through March 31st.

West County Center - All interior common areas closed.  Businesses with exterior entrances may remain open at their discretion.