List of Brevard restaurants, bars closed due to uptick in coronavirus cases
After briefly reopening, several Brevard restaurants and bars have had to close up shop because of the coronavirus pandemic. The following Brevard restaurants have closed because of COVID-19 or matters COVID-related, according to News 6 partner Florida Today. “Therefore, we have decided that all of our staff must be tested and receive negative test results before returning to work. Crying Monk, 333 King St. Cocoa: After “one confirmed positive result within the reach of our establishment,” the relatively new bar and restaurant was temporarily closed. Irashiai 2 Japanese Bistro, 4870 Babcock St. NE, Palm Bay: The respected ramen specialist, having required all employees to be tested for coronavirus, is temporarily closed.