While many local restaurants have slowly reopened, some of your favorite eateries may have not made it past the restrictions placed on them early in the pandemic.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg issued an order on March 18 that temporarily closed all dine-in restaurants in the city and county to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
During the local order, restaurants were allowed to sell their meals through curbside or delivery and were even allowed to sell alcohol to go. Some opened food trucks, offered food kits and deals on family meals in order to stay afloat.
However, some could not make it without dine-in customer support.
In May, Gov. Greg Abbott announced his "Open Texas" plan, which allowed restaurants to reopen its dine-in area at 25 percent capacity. On June 12, restaurants can expand its capacity to 75 percent as part of phase three of the plan.
Although the Texas economy is reopening, the Texas Restaurant Association predicts that the pandemic will wipe out 25 to 30 percent of independent restaurants across the state.
Editor's Note: Perico's Mexican Cuisine told mySA.com it plans on reopening its Sonterra Boulevard location for delivery and curbside soon.
Scroll below to see some the San Antonio restaurants that have closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.