Visit Mesa, in partnership with Downtown Mesa Association, has organized local restaurants to provide easy and safe access to meals. Main Street restaurants offering curbside pickup and delivery are now listed below. This initiative was organized in response to COVID-19, to help support social distancing and ensure our local establishments stay in business. Their doors are open. Help keep them open.

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Food & Drink

Businesses That Are Closed At This Time

Jarrod's Coffee, Tea & Gallery
We have closed our downtown location as of 3/24/20. We will continue offering art and jewelry sales online via website and Instagram.
154 W Main St

Downtown Rendezvous
Effective 3/20/20: It is with a heavy heart that we begin intermittent closures next week. In lieu of diluting business from other local eateries my staff and I will continue to monitor the situation and when it becomes viable we will return. Cindy Fitch, Owner
20 E Main St

Mangos Mexican Cafe & Bakery
Effective 3/30/20: We are deeply sorry to announce that we are closing due to COVID-19. We want to thank our patrons who have been very supportive during these times. You are all considered family to us and we hope to see you again soon.
44 W Main St

Shopping & Service Providers

Businesses That Are Closed At This Time

Mezona Market
We have made the difficult decision of closing shop for now. As we navigate the affect of COVID-19 we want to allow our team to stay home and spend time with family. We will get through this and appreciate your continued support for our small business. It means more than you can know!
Our online shop is still up and we are working on a way to continue custom cookie orders and offer small batch cookie deliveries. Please if you need cookies give us a call and we will see what we can do!
21 W Main St

Moon Dust Farms
As the Coronavirus continues to impact all of us here, we are taking the necessary precautions to follow health and safety guidelines on COVID-19. We have closed our doors to the General Public until further notice..
We are offering several other shopping options as we navigate through these difficult times. We are available for Curbside Pick Up, Shipping, and Delivery. You can also schedule a Private Shopping Time with us just by giving us a call. Please continue to shop our social media pages and keep an eye out for our website coming soon.
Your health and safety is so important to us and we can't wait for the time we can see you all again!
58 W Main St

i.d.e.a. Museum
As you may have already learned, out of an abundance of caution and to support other preventive measures underway to combat COVID-19 (coronavirus), the City of Mesa has decided to temporarily suspend all public operations at the i.d.e.a. Museum through April 30, 2020.
While we may not be open to the public, we're currently curating and creating original museum-generated content to keep your family connected to the art and hands-on activities we offer when you visit the museum.
You'll find our posts on social media and soon on our website, as we want to provide you with ideas for keeping your child(ren)'s brains engaged via imaginative and creative activities during this unprecedented time. W Pepper Place

Mesa Arts Center
Public events presented by Mesa Arts Center that were scheduled for the coming two weeks have also been canceled or postponed.Ticket holders and class registrants should check the website for information and await direct communication regarding postponements or cancellations and next steps. Anticipated closure time is through April 30, 2020.
1 E Main St


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