If you've been hitting up these popular Edmonton restaurants over the past week or so, it's time to look for alternatives. Four Edmonton restaurants have temporarily closed their doors due to COVID-19 cases. Patrons who have recently visited these hot-spots are being told to get tested for COVID-19.\nOn Friday, June 19, GRETA Bar YEG announced on their Instagram page that they're shutting down for the time being. They said that a regular customer of theirs recently tested positive for COVID-19 and had been in the downtown bar as recently as Sunday, June 14.\nThe announcement reported that this patron had been sitting at a table with several staff members.\nThe post read that "out of an abundance of caution," they decided to close the doors of the Downtown location.\nThey also clarified that they're not getting shut down by the health authorities and they expect to welcome the public again on Sunday, June 11 at the latest.\nNo such reopening post has been made on their social media page as of Monday morning, June 22.\nThey advise all patrons who visited the bar on Sunday, June 14 to get tested.\nThe Pint on Jasper Avenue also said that they're closing for the time being, according to an Instagram post made on Sunday, June 21.\nView this post on Instagram TEMPORARY SELF IMPOSED CLOSURE OF GRETA BAR YEG. Please read through. Thanks for the support #YEG. We will be back soon! A post shared by GRETA Bar YEG (@gretabaryeg) on Jun 19, 2020 at 2:35pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Hello Edmonton . There have been multiple closures of our peers this week in Edmonton due to various to staff testing positive for COVID 19. We at the Pint Downtown want to confirm that we received confirmation Saturday evening that one of our team members tested Positive-Asymptomatic, and then learned this morning that another tested Positive-Asymptomatic. These individuals last worked June 13th, and will not return to work until AHS has determined they are safe to do so. . With an obvious spike in cases within the community, The Pint Downtown has chosen to remain closed today, Sunday June 21st, to allow our staff to get tested and evaluate their health for symptoms before they return to work and we return to operations. Though this is a voluntary closure for the betterment of our staff and clientele, we are in contact with AHS to ensure we are clear and confident to resume employing great people and serving the best people in Edmonton. All our decisions will be rooted in the safety of our team, friends and guests. . We want to remind everyone that although we know COVID cases will continue in our fine City, within and outside of the hospitality industry, no matter the diligence, we implore ourselves and everyone to stay vigilant and party with some conscience and distance, and keep each other safe while enjoying the summer. . Stay tuned: whether its this week or next week, we will let you know when we are ready to open our doors to you and continue to host a safe environment for us all. . Thank you, . Your friends at The Pint Downtown A post shared by The Pint Downtown (@pintedmonton) on Jun 21, 2020 at 8:40pm PDT\nThe post confirmed that two of their employees tested positive for COVID-19. None of these employees worked at the pub after Saturday, June 13.\nThis is also a voluntary closure and they're working with Alberta Health Services to work out when it'll be safe to reopen. They advise their followers to stay tuned.\nOver in Old Strathcona, MKT Fresh Food and Beer Market also confirmed on Sunday that one of their team members has tested positive for COVID-19.\nView this post on Instagram Temporary closure in place today, please read the information attached! Thank you everyone for the support, we will be back, better than ever, in no time! A post shared by MKT (@mktbeermarket) on Jun 21, 2020 at 10:27am PDT\nWhen asked in the comments section about when the employee worked last at the restaurant, MKT said they can't provide this information. This is to ensure the safety and confidentiality of their staff members, they said.\nBut "because the team member was wearing PPE, no guests are considered to have come in contact with the individual," they replied in the comments.\nFinally, Earls' Tin Palace is another popular spot that has closed down until further notice.\nA spokesperson told CTV News that an employee of theirs has recently tested positive for the disease.\nHe apparently began feeling unwell shortly after arriving for his shift. He was immediately sent home and therefore was not in contact with any of the guests, reported CTV.\nNarcity has reached out to all the aforementioned restaurants for comment and we will update this article when we receive a response.\nMeanwhile, if you're really itching to get food at a downtown pub, there are more than enough awesome restaurants in town to keep you fed and satisfied for the time being.