Welcome Back Businesses!
After weeks of businesses closing their doors because of mandatory closures due to COVID-19, the time has finally arrived for Knoxville to being reopening. Beginning Friday, May 1, select businesses will be able to open their doors and operate at a reduced capacity. Please take note of all of the ways you can continue to shop local to stimulate our local economy.
During these times, it is important to remember that businesses are also discovering their new normal. We kindly ask for your patience with our local businesses as they continue serving you and learn how to operate under new regulations. When we all work together, we will get through the struggles of COVID-19 and help our community become stronger than before.
The following businesses have committed to reopening their doors to the public. If you are unsure if a business is operating under temporary hours, we recommend calling ahead before making your visit.
Restaurants & Beverages
John Myers VFW Post #3519 Canteen
Open for dine-in and carry-out | Open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. & Saturday 11 a.m.-9 p.m. | (641) 842-3519
Reopening for in-store dining May 12 | (641) 842-3538
Reopening for in-store dining May 18 | Carry-out still available | Temporary hours 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Limited seating available | Parties can be no larger than 6 people | (641) 828-2000
Reopening for Savory Sunday beginning May 17; Patio service only with no more than 4 people at a table | Temporary Hours Sunday Noon-5 p.m. | Curbside Wine Pick-up available | Winery building remains closed | (515) 681-9935 | Wine List
Reopening for in-store dining May 1 | Patio & limited dining room seating available | Carry-out & Delivery still available | Friday & Saturday hours 5:00-9:00 p.m. | Go-karts, Putt Putt Golf & Arcade now open | (641) 828-6337 | Menu
The Coffee Connection
Reopening for in-store dining May 1; Carry-out & Online ordering still available | Temporary hours 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Customers asked to stay home if they currently or recently were sick or experienced a fever | (641) 828-8141 | Menu
Other dining options that are not open for in-store dining, but are continuing carry-out & delivery options are included at the end of this blog.
Atlantic & Pacific Pub
Reopening May 28 | (641) 842-2333
Peace Tree Brewing Company
Reopening June 3 | Carry-out Beer & Snacks still available | Customers asked to wait at door upon arrival, staff will seat & take order | Guests limited to 6 people per table; Bar seating not available | (641) 842-2739 | Beer List
Order online, pick up in store; Open from 8 a.m.-11 p.m. daily, in-store dining closed; Open to customers 60+ and those considered at risk from 7-8 a.m. daily
Open to customers 60+ from 6-7 a.m. every Tuesday; Operating hours now 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Open to customers 65+, with greater susceptibility to illness, or expecting mothers from 8-9 a.m. daily; Open 8 a.m.-9 p.m. open to general public
Open to senior citizens and those with pre-existing medical conditions from 8-9 a.m.
Closing at 8 p.m. daily
Medical, Health & Wellness
Dental Designs by Holst & Associates
Reopening May 18 | (641) 828-8778
English Valley Wellness & Massage
Reopening May 15 | New location at 109 S. 3rd St. | (641) 891-6271
Eye Health Solutions
Open by appointment only | Curbside pick-up still available; Call office when you arrive | Call ahead for frame adjustments | Patients will be screened when entering building | Patients asked to come alone to appointment if possible | (641) 842-3616
Knoxville Dental Center, P.C.
Reopening May 18 | Patients required to wear face masks in building | Patients asked to alone to appointments| Appointments managed to allow social distancing between patients | (641) 828-7777
Reopening May 1 | 15-20 members allowed inside at one time | Members asked to keep one empty cardio machine between them & others to maintain social distancing | Members asked not to workout in groups | Members asked to thoroughly clean equipment after use
Reopening May 4 | 8 members allowed in each class; Members must sign up online 1 hour prior to class | Classes offered at 5:45 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 4:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. | Online Coaching & No Limits At-home Program still offered
Reopening May 4 | Implementing social distancing practices | Curbside service & delivery still available
Reopening May 6 | Hours of operation Monday-Wednesday 12:00-4:00 p.m. | No more than 10 customers allowed inside at one time
Reopening May 1 | Regular hours
Reclaiming the Joy
Reopening May 1 | Regular hours | Continuing to offer curbside pick-up service; Call (515) 991-2418 or private message on Facebook to schedule | Private shopping appointments offered; Private message on Facebook to schedule
Thrift Store reopening May 1
Walnut Hill Designs
Reopening May 1 | Limited number of customers allowed in store at one time
Reopening May 15 | Open for extended hours, Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. & Saturday 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Walk-ins welcome if shop is unoccupied | (641) 820-0084
Reopening May 18 | Amanda taking appointments; Cullie taking appointments beginning May 27 | No walk-ins at this time | All clients must wear masks | Clients asked to come to appointments alone | (641) 842-6469
Reopening May 16 | All clients must wear masks | Appointments only, no walk-ins | Clients asked to wait in vehicles until notified by stylist | (641) 842-6868
Reopening May 16 | All clients must wear masks | (641) 218-4736
Reopening May 15 | All clients must wear masks | By appointment only, no walk-ins | (515) 822-1665
Reopening May 15 | Clients asked to wait in vehicle until notified by stylist & come to appointment alone | (641) 828-7660
Reopening May 15 | (641) 828-6233
Reopening May 15 | (641) 842-7144
Revive Hair Studio
Reopening May 16 | (641) 218-4687
Twin Palms Salon
Reopening May 15 | (641) 218-0257
Freedom for Youth
Offering classes for grades 6-12 on weekly basis | Safety measures in place | Contact Christy Meissner for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org | (515) 238-5844
Jacobsen Travel Agency
Office open Monday-Friday, Noon – 4 p.m. or by appointment only for the month of August. Call or email for appointment | email@example.com | (641) 842-5322
Knoxville City Hall
Reopening by appointment only June 1 | Residents asked to call or use email if possible | (641) 828-0550
Knoxville Public Library
Reopening June 1 | Open for curbside pick-up Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Call (641) 828-0585 to request curbside service | Items will be available by front door in a bag with your initials (Please allow 48 hours for processing)
Reopening June 26 | Social distancing practices in place | (641) 842-5415
Reopening June 6 | (641) 842-5431
National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum
Reopening May 22 | (641) 842-6176
The businesses included below are still open and ready to serve you, although they are not currently offering in-store dining. They still appreciate your support by ordering carry-out or delivery options and look forward to welcoming you back in person soon.
Fast Food & Misc. Options
Knoxville Food Youth Initiative
Summer Meal Distribution beginning June 1; Running through August 7 | Free meals for all children ages 18 and under every Monday, Wednesday & Friday, including both breakfast and lunch. Available for pick-up from High School parking lot from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
If there is a business, organization, or group missing from this list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get it updated in a timely fashion.