LIST: Charlotte Businesses that are Permanently Closing after COVID-19

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Sadly, multiple businesses in the Charlotte area have announced recently that they will be closing their doors forever due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Millions of Americans continue to file for unemployment as businesses nationwide remain closed or operating at lower capacity if possible, in order to prevent further spread of coronavirus. The impact has been felt heavily by small businesses in Charlotte, particularly in the hospitality industry.

  • Carpe Diem Restaurant: Owners said on Facebook they lost a significant amount of money closing and reopening would be too much of a risk right now, ending their 30-year run in Elizabeth. 
  • Manor Theatre: Regal's Manor Theatre in Myers Park announced in Mayit would be closing after 73 years
  • Queen City Q: After eight years of doing business in Charlotte, Queen City Q's owners tweeted that there's "no path to success" after being closed for two months, reopening and closing again. 
  • Taco Mac: The Southpark location has closed its doors.
  • Summit Room: Dilworth restaurant Summit Room announced on Instagram that the “adventure has come to an end."

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