As you are making the decision to travel, it's important to follow the recommended protocols and best practices in place to prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus. The health and safety of our guests, residents, and businesses are extremely important to us, and we want you to travel with confidence. We know how important travel is to you and you're family, and we also know our small businesses are counting on your support to restore strength to our community. When the time is right to travel to Aurora, take these steps to travel responsibly and visit our Frequently Asked Questions Page.
A large portion of Aurora’s more than 250 ethnic eateries are offering delivery or take out options during this time and will continue to do so with the Safer at Home order. Including Korean BBQ, Mexican taquerias, mochi donuts, Italian eats, and so much more. From quick bites and breakfast foods to contemporary eats, see for yourself who's offering delivery and carry-out options.
When we #TakeoutTogether, we make Aurora safer for everyone. Please be sure to call ahead before ordering or reference the business's website and social media channels for the most up-to-date information and guidelines.
Aurora’s small businesses make our destination unique. From eateries, breweries, boutiques, and everything in between – shopping local makes a difference in our community. Explore these 6 ways to support small businesses and restaurants.
Understand how Aurora’s attractions are opening to the public. Their individual websites offer the most up-to-date information along with contact information.
Stanley Marketplace – Open to public for dining, shopping, pick-up and delivery. Outdoor seating is encouraged. Mask wearing is required by management.
Southlands – Open to public for dining, shopping, pick-up and delivery. Outdoor seating is encouraged. Mask wearing is requested by management.
On Havana Street – Open to the public for pick-up, delivery, and dine-in. Consider calling restaurants before ordering to understand guidelines and hours.
Town Center at Aurora – Open to the public for limited retail hours, takeout, and dine in. Consider visiting the official Facebook page to view updated list of businesses open.
Visit Aurora has taken expanded measures to prepare for the shift of travel and tourism in our community after the pandemic. As our destination slowly begins to ease travel restrictions, we are working hard to understand the issues facing small businesses, hotels, and our partners.
Our team has created a comprehensive recovery plan outlining our marketing, sales, and promotion efforts of the destination in response to the effects of COVID-19. The road to recovery begins with tourism.