Every shop in Gunwharf Quays that will be staying open during lockdown – full list

Gunwharf Quays has announced which of its shops and restaurants will be remaining open during the second nationwide lockdown.

Thursday, 5th November 2020, 12:00 pm
Updated Thursday, 5th November 2020, 12:03 pm

The government has ordered all non essential retailers to close until December 2, which includes supermarkets, hardware stores and pharmacies.

Some restaurants and cafes will also be staying open to provide online delivery or takeaway options.

Although the majority of shops in Gunwharf Quays are now closed, a couple of them are offering a virtual shopping experience for customers – you can find out more information below.

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Here are the businesses that are still open at the Portsmouth shopping centre:

Shops open as normal

Boots – Mon to Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 9.30am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm

Customers being allowed into the main area of Gunwharf Quays in June. Picture: Habibur Rahman

Tesco Express – 7am to 11pm every day

Businesses open for delivery/takeaway

Burger King – 10am to 7pm every day

Caffe Nero – 9am to 5pm every day

Chiquito’s – Mon to Thurs 4pm-9pm, Fri to Sun 12pm-9pm

Costa Coffee – Mon to Sat 8am-5pm, Sun 10am-5pm

Five Guys – Mon to Thurs and Sun 11am-10pm, Fri 11am-11pm, Sat 10am-11pm

Frankie & Benny's – Mon to Thu 4pm-9pm, Fri to Sun 12pm-9pm

Krispy Kreme – 10am to 5pm every day

Nando's – 12pm to 9.30pm every day

Patisserie Valerie – 10am to 6pm every day

Pret a Manger – Mon to Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm

Wagamama – 12pm to 9.30pm every day

Zizzi – Mon to Fri 5pm-9.30pm, Sat and Sun 12pm-9pm

Virtual shopping

You should phone or email the store to book an appointment at one of these shops.

Le Creuset – Mon to Fri 10am-6pm

Michael Kors – 9am to 6pm every day

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