The COVID-19 pandemic quarantine period has run its course on local businesses over the past week, but the Lexington Chamber of Commerce reminds residents to keep supporting local businesses through this time.

Many Lexington restaurants and stores have adjusted services in order to still remain open and continue serving the community.

Businesses included on the chamber's website that remain open are listed below.

Municipalities:

Town of Lexington

Business and professional services:

QEI Security & Technology

Shaded Line Photoworks

Wire Nutz Electrical LLC

KG Workforce Solutions

CoCreate Lexington

Something Borrowed

Pine Press Printing & Sign Shop

Construction equipment & contractors:

A+ Asphalt Seal Coat & Line Striping, LLC

Hair, nail, & personal care:

Frenchies Modern Nail Care

Southern Corrective Massage

Midlands Family Chiropractic

Home improvement & maintenance:

Floor Pro

Bart Fireside

Restaurants offering curbisde service and/or delivery:

Alodia’s Cucina Italiana

Carolina Wings

Flight Deck Restaurant

Mediterranean Café

Private Property

Travinia’s Italian Kitchen

The Root Cellar

Wings & Ale @ The Dam / Wings & Ale Bush River Road

O’Hara’s Public House

Keg Cowboy

Old Mill Brew Pub

LJ’s Par & Grill

Lizard’s Thicket

Hudson's Smokehouse

Firehouse Subs

Carolina Keto Cakes

Luce Italian Restaurant

Kristin's Kitchen

East Bay Deli

Calloway's Sports Bar and Grill

Cafe Strudel

Nicky's Pizzeria Lexington

Sub Station II of Lexington

Wings N Ale of Lexington

Bellis House of Pizza

El Jimador Restaurant

Willie Jewell's Old School Bar-B-Que

Red Bowl Asian Bistro

Eggs Up Grill Lexington

Groucho's Deli

Retail:

Handpicked

Craig Reagin Clothiers

Jessamine Quilt Shop

Real estate/moving & storage:

RE/MAX Purpose Driven

Senior services:

Oakleaf Village at Lexington

McLeod Home Care

Additional information on the listed businesses and updates may be found on the Lexington Chamber website.

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Please, everyone, if you are financially able, please support our local restaurants and other businesses. It could be the difference between whether or not they survive!

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