COVID leads Upstate stores, restaurants to temporarily close, adjust hours; here’s a list

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This story has been updated with the latest information as of this morning, and will continue to be updated.

By now, it's no secret that COVID-19 has impacted every aspect of restaurant operations. With the rise of the omicron variant, challenges have been exacerbated.

Here is a running list of spots that are temporarily closed due to illness, staffing challenges and/or other reasons.

This list will be updated continuously. Please send any closing/reopening info to lpenso@greenvillenews.com.

TRee House Café & Studio

27 S Main St, Travelers Rest

TRee House Café & Studio will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 12 due to a staff shortage. The restaurant plans to reopen on Thursday.

Henry's Smokehouse - Wade Hampton location

240 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Greenville

On Monday, Jan. 10, the restaurant, "Due to unforeseen circumstances the Wade Hampton store will be closed today. If you have placed an order already we are in the process of contacting you and getting you taken care of for today. Please visit our Simpsonville store!

On Tuesday, Henry's updated customers to say the Wade Hampton store would be closed one more day and would reopen on Wednesday, Jan. 12.

Greenfield’s Bagels & Deli

101 Verdae Boulevard, Greenville

“Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19. We hope to reopen on Wednesday, Jan 12. Y’all stay safe out there!”

Harris Teeter Stores

Various locations

“Dear e-VIC Customer,

To focus on restocking shelves and cleaning stores, Harris Teeter will close all store locations* at 9 p.m. effective Monday, January 10, until further notice. We believe that closing early will allow associates to: process ExpressLane orders ahead of time, restock and organize shelves, ensure excellent closing to better prepare for the following day and make certain our stores are a clean, safe place to work and shop.”

Lillia Callum-Penso covers food for the Greenville News. She loves the stories recipes tell and finds inspiration in the people behind them. When she’s not exploring local food, she can be found running, both for pleasure and to keep up with her 6-year-old twins. Reach her at lpenso@greenvillenews.com, or at 864-478-5872, or on Facebook at facebook.com/lillia.callumpenso.

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