Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement that further expands protections against COVID-19.
“Given the explosion of COVID-19 in our state and globally, I will sign a statewide emergency proclamation tomorrow to temporarily shut down restaurants, bars and entertainment and recreational facilities.
“Restaurants will be allowed to provide take-out and delivery services but no in-person dining will be permitted.
“The ban will not apply to grocery stores and pharmacies. Other retail outlets will have reduced occupancy.
“Additionally, all gatherings with over 50 participants are prohibited and all gatherings under 50 participants are prohibited unless previously announced criteria for public health and social distancing are met.

The following restaurants, bars or eating establishments have provided information on service available from them during this period of closure. This information will be updated if/when we receive additional information or information from other establishments. Most of these business establishments have Facebook pages also- check there for additional information

UPDATED:  7:30 AM,  Friday,  MARCH 20th

SQUIRREL TREE:   The Squirrel Tree will provide curbside take-out service. They also offer delivery service in the Lake Wenatchee area 11AM to 6PM seven days a week for lunch menu items. Growlers and coffee items also are available. The Squirrel Tree does have a drive-through window. Call 509-763-0336 to order or for more information.
59’ER DINER:       The 59’er Diner will provide curbside take-out at the Diner and also delivery in the Lake Wenatchee area from 6PM to 9PM on Fridays and Saturdays. Call 509-763-2267

THE OLD MILL:       The Old Mill will provide curbside take-out. Call 509-888-5102

KAHLER GLEN ATHLETIC CLUB:   The club will close at 10PM tonight, March 16th, until at least the end of the month. The club is open today so  members can remove any items they need from personal lockers, etc. For more information visit the club website at or leave a message at 509-763-2013.

PLAIN CELLARS:  Plain Cellars winery will be closed at least the next two weeks at both the winery and Leavenworth tasting rooms.  They will do local delivery for a minimun of three bottles. Call 425-931-7500

THE WILDFLOUR:  Here is a message from Ben & Spencer at the Wildflour

Wildflour has suspended all regular restaurant operations. Supported by donations from the community but, now in partnership with Lake Wenatchee Fire and Rescue, will be producing meal kits available to pick up at free of charge. Meals available for this week are all gone already but meals will be distributed for no charge on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday (March 24th, 25th and 28th) from 3PM to 5PM at the fire station next to Beaver Valley School on Plain.  We do not want to restrict this service to anyone. All are welcome to grab a meal kit- they will be distributed on a first come/first served basis.  For updates on this effort look to the Wildflour Leavenworth page on Facebook.

(Editorial note: If you wish to contribute $ to help continue this effort contact please contact the Wildflour at  425-599-6081


Will be open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from noon until 7pm for take-out and growler fills only. If there is a demand for us to be open more we will adjust our schedule and yes, still half price pizza on Thursday!
We understand this will be a very difficult time for many. We will be offering take and bake pizzas to any families in need at no charge. You have a choice of cheese, pepperoni, All meat or vegetarian. This will be for Friday’s and Saturday’s only. Please call before noon on these days. Pick up time between 3 and 4 pm. Orders should be called in to telephone 509-763-3501
For any elderly, or families in Plain and Lake Wenatchee area that are not able to come pick up their pizza please still call and let us know. We will bring it to you between 2-4pm Friday or Saturday. Our employees are like family too and we assure you they will be taken care of!

CASCADE MEDICAL: Cascade Medical has suspended mammography and Rehab Services appointments, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

LEAVENWORTH BUSINESSES: For a recap of Leavenworth retail and restaurant operations during this closure period go to