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Here are 7 things that can reopen in the St. Louis area

Both St. Louis city and St. Louis County are in the first phase of reopening

ST. LOUIS — On May 18, restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic in the St. Louis area began to ease.

Both St. Louis and St. Louis County are in the first phase of reopening. 

Leaders want to remind people to continue to wash your hands, stay 6 feet apart, wear a mask and stay home when sick.

Further phases of relaxation or modification of the Phase I reopening guidance will be determined based upon health data, experience, continued developments in testing and treatment and the availability of a vaccine, according to leaders.

Click here for the full list of what can reopen and the protocols places must follow as they reopen

Here are seven things that can reopen on May 18

Malls: just because the mall is open, that doesn’t mean all the stores inside will be

St. Louis Galleria, Plaza Frontenac, South County Center and West County Center will reopen on May 18.

Stores open at the Galleria: click here

  • Altar’D State
  • Anthropologie 
  • Bubble Tea House
  • Brow Spa
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • Champs Sports
  • Cheesecake Factory
  • Dakota Watch Company
  • Dillard’s
  • Essence Perfumes
  • Footaction
  • Fly Zone/ Kids Foot Locker
  • Free People
  • Hollister
  • House of Hoops
  • Marmi
  • Nordstrom
  • Pandora
  • Prime Jewelers
  • Restoration Hardware
  • Swarovski
  • The Back Store
  • The Fix
  • Tip Top Nails
  • Urban Outfitters
  • Weber Grill Restaurant
  • West Elm

Stores open at West County: click here

  • Altar'd State
  • A & J Alterations
  • Buckle
  • Champs Sports
  • Dick's Sporting Goods
  • Engel Volkers |
  • Everything But Water | Open May 19 | Monday thru Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. | Sunday, Closed
  • Footlocker
  • Forever 21
  • Hallmark
  • Hollister | Open May 19
  • Image That
  • Finish Line
  • Journeys
  • Lego
  • Macy's | Open May 22
  • Majestic Menswear
  • Pandora
  • Riveria Leather Luggage
  • Savvi Formalwear
  • Sephora | Open May 29
  • Sweet and Sassy
  • Versona | Open May 21
  • Watch Technicians
  • Zumiez

Stores open at Plaza Frontenac: click here

  • Bricktops Restaurant
  • Brio Tuscan Grille
  • Confections
  • Fleming's Prime Steakhouse
  • J. Jill
  • Karl Bissinger French Confections
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Omega
  • PB Teen
  • Pottery Barn
  • Pottery Barn Kids
  • St. Louis Bread Company
  • Stonewater
  • The Back Store
  • Williams-Sonoma

Stores open at South County Center: click here

  • All-American Sports Collectibles 
  • Cellfixi
  • Champs Sports
  • Chaos Emporium 
  • Custom Fix
  • Dakota Watch Company  
  • Dick's Sporting Goods | 314-416-1905, curbside
  • Dobbs Tire & Auto Center
  • E-Accessories 
  • Exotic Diamonds 
  • Famous Footwear 
  • Finish Line 
  • Forever 21 
  • Journeys 
  • Journeys Kidz 
  • LA Jewels and Perfumes
  • Last Chance
  • Newsland 
  • NTB Tire & Service Center 
  • Protocol 
  • Repair & Color
  • Self Balance Scooter
  • Shoe Box 
  • Shoe Dept. Encore
  • Slackers 
  • Sports Corner
  • St. Louis Dugout 
  • Suits 4 Men | 314-329-6308, by appointment only
  • Sunny Shades
  • Toys
  • United States Post Office | 800-275-8777, Park on lower level near the bus stop, call the security phone number posted on door for entrance to Post Office
  • US Bank | 314-487-6759, drive thru only. 
  • Wholesale Mattress and Furniture Outlet
  • Wireless Freedom 

Retail: Stores can reopen for in-store shopping.

Restaurants: Some restaurants will reopen, while some will choose to stick with curbside service for now.

Parks: All St. Louis County, city parks and trails are open – most loop trails have been converted to one-way traffic trails. Restrooms, indoor facilities, sports courts, shelters, playgrounds and skate parks remain closed.

Personal services: Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, esthetician services, cosmetologist services, tanning services, massage therapists, body art professionals

Pet facilities: Pet grooming facilities, pet training facilities

Churches: Must adhere to CDC guidelines


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