COVID-19 CityLine Updates


At CityLine, we love being a gathering place for the community. However, we are closely monitoring developments of the COVID-19 outbreak and are taking appropriate steps to support the health and safety of our guests, residents, tenants, and employees.

Update: May 5, 2020

Governor Abbott Expands Business Openings In Texas including salons

“Beginning May 8, cosmetology salons, hair salons, barber shops, nail salons and shops, and other establishments where licensed cosmetologists or barbers practice their trade, may open…”

The following will open on Friday, May 8 with enhanced measures taken to ensure the health and safety of guests and employees:

Amazing Lash Studio CityLine
CityLine Nail & Spa


Update: April 27, 2020

Governor Abbott Announces Phase One To Open Texas beginning May 1, including restaurants

“Governor Greg Abbott today announced the first phase of the State of Texas’ ongoing plan to safely and strategically open Texas while minimizing the spread of COVID-19. Under Phase I, certain services and activities are allowed to open with limited occupancy, and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is issuing minimum standard health protocols for all businesses and individuals to follow.”

By way of Executive Order (GA-18), all retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters, and malls are permitted to reopen on Friday, May 1. These services must limit their capacity to 25% of their listed occupancy.

Continue checking this page as we post updated information on when each restaurant will open.


Update: March 23, 2020

CityLine Event Cancellations:

Following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as local, state and U.S. government officials, CityLine has decided to cancel the following events:

CityLine LIVE: Live Music Series (April Shows)
Yoga in the Plaza (April Dates)

Check back for more information. We look forward to gathering with you again very soon!


Update: March 23, 2020

Whole Foods Market Extends hours for 60+ Shoppers

Whole Foods CityLine will be open from 7 – 8 AM for shoppers 60+. The store will be open to the general public from 8 AM – 8 PM.

Read More.


Update: March 19, 2020

Texas to allow delivery of beer, wine, & mixed drinks

Governor Greg Abbott today issued a waiver that will allow restaurants to deliver alcoholic beverages with food purchases to patrons, including beer, wine, and mixed drinks. The Governor also directed the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) to waive certain provisions to allow manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers of alcoholic beverages to repurchase or sell back unopened product.

Read More.


Update: March 18, 2020

Order, Share, Win!

We’re GIVING AWAY a $20 gift card to a CityLine restaurant EVERY DAY from March 19 – 31 to one winner!
Order food from a CityLine restaurant for carryout or delivery.
Snap a pic of your food and share on your feed or stories and TAG @CityLineDFW.
We’ll select one winner per day!


Update: March 17, 2020

Support your Local Favorites!

CityLine Restaurants are still open for delivery and carry out! We are working to keep this information as updated as possible, but we advise you to contact the restaurant directly if you have any questions. Click the link below to see a complete list with links to ordering pages. Many delivery partners are offering free delivery during this time.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE COMPLETE LIST.


Update: March 16, 2020

CityLine Event Cancellations:

Following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as local, state and U.S. government officials, CityLine has decided to cancel the following events:

Class Series: Embroidery Mini-Hoops Workshop
on Thursday, March 19

CityLine Movie Nights: You’ve Got Mail
on Friday, March 20

Dallas Moms’ 6th Annual Egg Hunt at CityLine
on Saturday, March 28 – THIS EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED TO A NEW DATE!

Tricky Fish Crawfish Boil
on Saturday, April 18

We look forward to hosting fun events again in the future, and as we continue to monitor the situation, we’ll post updates at CityLineDFW.com. Also, be on the lookout for information from us in the coming days about ways you can continue to support the restaurants and small businesses at CityLine. We appreciate your continued understanding during this challenging time.