What is open in Sacramento CA during the coronavirus?

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The coronavirus has had a huge impact on the majority of people’s lives; with people losing jobs, and businesses closing. However, things are seemingly starting to get a little better week by week, this includes businesses that are allowed to be open during this time. To give you an idea of what types of businesses are open in Sacramento, CA, during the coronavirus, we have listed some below.


As it is an essential business, pharmacies are allowed to be open during this time, while this is good news for anyone who needs medication, it is important to remember to stay safe when you are visiting. Pucci’s does have an in-store pick up, and while they observe social distancing and extensive cleaning, you also must wear a face mask if you are going inside.


Starbucks is here to save the day for anyone who enjoys a coffee or two throughout the day. There are three locations in Sacramento, namely; 1401 Alhambra Blvd, 8231 Timberlake Way #140, and 8240 Calvine Rd. However, all three of these options are delivery or drive-thru, you can’t dine-in right now. They do have their regular extensive menu in place though, and you will still be able to get your favorite drink as always.


Like other businesses, some tattoo parlors have stayed open and some haven’t. One factor for this includes making sure each parlor is able to follow the correct regulations, therefore, if a parlor is open, you know for certain that they are doing everything that they need to keep its clients safe. Therefore, if you do want to go ahead with any plans you have for a tattoo then head on to one of those that are open such as the Royal Peacock Tattoo Parlor, or Sacramento Tattoo & Piercing.


Home Depot is incredibly necessary from time to time in everyone’s lives, with the goods they sell including vital things such as plumbing, electric, and heating equipment, it would be disastrous for many if Home Depot were to close. Fortunately, Home Depot has stated that they will never close during the coronavirus, but rather they have increased cleaning and sanitization to keep customers safe.


Eating out is one of the pleasures of life, and I’m sure everyone is eager to get out of the kitchen and test out some of the top restaurants in the area. Below we have listed a few of these for you, just bear in mind that even though many restaurants are now allowed to open, not all of them can currently accommodate for dinners, and can only serve takeout or delivery, so you should always call ahead of time to any restaurant you want to visit so you are not left disappointed.

  • Firehouse
  • Mulvaney’s B&L
  • Kru Contemporary Japanese Cuisine
  • Bacon & Butter
  • South
  • Cafeteria 15L
  • Mayahuel
  • Bangkok@12 Thai
  • Tres Hermanas
  • Woodlake Tavern

Being able to get out and about is definitely something that we would have all understandably taken for granted until recently, so it is important that when you do go out, you are following guidelines in place so everyone can stay safe!

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