What's Open (and Closed) in Beijing After CNY Holiday

By That's Beijing, February 17, 2020

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If you are anything like us, you are constantly refreshing your news feeds for information on the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

As a result of the coronavirus crisis, many F&B establishments in Beijing have either suspended or reduced operations over the past two weeks. Authorities have ordered some business to shut, while others have decided to temporarily close to protect staff and customers from the ongoing disease outbreak.

As things are sort of getting back to normal F&B-wise, it seems like a good time to update our readers on the operational status of Beijing’s favorite bars and restaurants.

Need a break from chilling at home and looking to dine out? We’ve got you covered. Remember to take appropriate precautions if you do decide to venture out. Also, please keep in mind that this info is changing constantly, so you might want to call first and double check. 

Open/Adjusted Hours

Annie’s
Open for delivery only

Arrow Factory Brewing
Open Mon-Fri from 11.30am-late (kitchen 11.30am-2.45pm, 6-10.15pm), Sat & Sun from 10.30am-late (kitchen 10.30am-3.15pm, 6-10.15pm)

Bottega (Nali Patio)
Open during regular hours 

Bottega (Xinyuanli)
Open during regular hours 

Boxing Cat Brewery
Open Mon-Fri from 4pm-late, Sat & Sun from 11am-9pm

Burger Box
Open from 10.30am-8pm

Cafe de la Poste
Open from 6pm-late

Caravan
Open from 5pm-late

El Barrio
Open during regular hours 

El Nido & Fang Bar
Open during regular hours 

Frasca
Open from 6.30-10.30am (breakfast), noon-2.30pm (lunch), 6-9pm (dinner)

Great Leap Brewing #45
Open during regular hours 

Great Leap Brewing (Lido)
Open during regular hours 

Gung Ho! Pizza
Open for delivery only

Hana by Hatsune
Open from 11am-8.30pm

Hatsune (Kerry Center)
Open from 11am-8pm

Hatsune (Sanlitun)
Open from 11am-3pm, 5-7pm

Hulu
Open during regular hours

Jing-A Brewpub (Xingfucun)
Open from 11am-11pm for takeaway and growler refills only

Migas Mercado
Open during regular hours

Moka Bros (Sanlitun)
Open from 10.30am-8pm

Moka Bros (The Place)
Open from 11am-7pm

Moka Bros (Shuangjing)
Open from 10am-6pm

Moka Bros (Solana)
Open from 10am-6pm

Nina
Open during regular hours

Pino
Open from 6pm-late

Q Mex (Sanlitun)
Open from 10.30am-late

Q Mex (Shuangjing)
Open from 10am-11pm

Q Mex (CBD)
Open from 10am-11pm

Q Mex Taqueria
Open from 10am-11pm

Saveurs de Coree
Open from 11am-2pm, 6-10pm

Side Street
Open from 5pm-late

Slow Boat Sanlitun Brewpub
Open during regular hours

Slow Boat Dengshikou Taproom
Open during regular hours

Susu
Open for delivery only

The Bake Shop
Open for delivery only

The Daily Bagel
Open for delivery only

The Local
Open from 4-10pm

Toast
Open during regular hours 

Tribe (Solana)
Open from 10am-6pm

Zhujingban
Open during regular hours 

50/50
Open during regular hours

Closed Until Further Notice

Beyond Yakitori
Beersmith Gastropub
Brotzeit
Cravings to Longfu
Eudora Station
Furongji
Home Plate BBQ
Great Leap Brewing #6
Great Leap Brewing #12
Jing-A Taproom
Jing Yaa Tang
La Social
Mai Bar
Merci
Modernista
Mosto
Pebbles Courtyard
The Great Outdoors
TRB Hutong
TRB Forbidden City
Union
Zarah
Zhazha Bistro


Please check out our directory to find additional information on venues around Beijing. If you’re stuck at home, here are some home cooking recipes or ideas on how to kick the quarantine blues. If you would like to add your business’s adjusted hours please email bjeditor@urbanatomy.com with the details.

Stay safe, and jiayou Beijing!

[Cover image via Pexels]

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