Oyamel in Penn Quarter is among the area restaurants closed Thursday for the “Day Without Immigrants” protest. (Doug Kapustin for The Washington Post)

Immigrants in Washington are participating in the “Day Without Immigrants” protest on Thursday, and the list of area restaurants closing out of solidarity or necessity continues to grow.

The nationwide effort, buoyed by social media, is meant to highlight the impact immigrants have on the country on a daily basis. It's a response to President Trump's efforts to crack down on undocumented immigrants, enact “extreme vetting” and build a wall along the border with Mexico.

Participants are encouraged to stay home from school and work, which includes many restaurants and bars. Here's a list of the closings and service changes announced so far.

A Baked Joint: limited menu

Acqua al 2: closed

Anxo Cider & Pinxtos Bar: limited menu of pintxos only

Arepa Zone: closed

Ari's Diner: closed

Bad Saint: closed

Bangkok Golden: closed

BBQ Bus: closed

Belga Cafe: closed

Boundary Road: kitchen closed

Boundary Stone: kitchen closed, limited menu from 5 to 9 p.m.

Brookland's Finest: closed

Brookland Pint: kitchen closed, bring your own food

B Too: closed

Bub & Pop's: closed

Celebrity chef José Andrés, currently locked in a legal battle with President Trump, says he's supporting his immigrant employees taking off from work on Feb. 16 in protest of Trump's immigration stance. (Reuters)

Burger Tap & Shake: limited menu

Busboys and Poets, 14th Street, Brookland, City Vista, Hyattsville, Shirlington and Takoma locations: closed

Central Michel Richard: limited menu

Chopt Rossyln and 16th Street locations: closed

Clare and Don's Beach Shack: closed

Co Co. Sala: closed

Columbia Room: limited menu

Comet Ping Pong: closed

Cork: limited menu

Daikaya: closed

DC Empanadas, Union Market and food truck: closed

DC Taco Truck: closed

Denson Liquor Bar: closed

District Commons: limited menu

District Fishwife: kitchen closed

Dock FC: closed

Eat the Rich: kitchen closed

El Camino: kitchen closed, bar offering limited food

El Chucho: top floor closed, limited menu

Ella's Pizza: closed

El Sol: closed

Espita Mezacaleria: closed for lunch; kitchen closed for dinner

Etto: closed

Flight: closed

Ghibellina: closed

Hank's Oyster Bar, Capitol Hill, Dupont and Old Town locations: closed

Hank's Pasta Bar: closed

Harold Black: closed

Himitsu: closed

Ivy and Coney: kitchen closed

Jaleo, Penn Quarter, Crystal City and Bethesda locations: closed

Jetties, Chevy Chase, Penn Quarter, Foxhall, Macomb and Bethesda locations: closed; downtown open

Johnny's Half Shell: closed

Justin's Cafe: kitchen closed

La Puerta Verde: closed

Le Caprice Bakery: closed

Mellow Mushroom Adams Morgan: limited menu

Meridian Pint: kitchen closed, bring your own food

Mezcalero: closed

Mockingbird Hill: kitchen closed

Momofuku: limited menu

Oyamel: closed

PassionFish Reston: limited menu

Peacock Cafe: closed

Pepe: closed

Pizzeria Paradiso, Old Town and Georgetown locations: closed

Pow Pow: closed

Pupatella: closed

Rappahannock Oyster Bar: closed

RedRocks Columbia Heights: closed for lunch; limited menu 5 to 11 p.m.

Right Proper Brewing Co.: limited menu

Room 11: kitchen closed

Sakuramen: closed

SEI: closed

Shouk: closed

Smoke & Barrel: kitchen closed, bring your own food

Sotto: closed

Southern Efficiency: kitchen closed

Stomping Ground: closed

Surfside: closed

Sweetgreen: 18 locations closed

Taco-ma Yucatan chicken: closed

TaKorean, Union Market, the Yards and National Place locations: closed

Taqueria Nacional: closed

Ted's Bulletin 14th Street: closed

Ted's Bulletin Capitol Hill: closing at 4 p.m.

TenPehn: limited menu

Thally: limited menu

Thip Khao: closed

Toki Underground: closed

Two Amys: closed

Veloce: closed

Zaytinya: closed

This post, originally published Feb. 15, has been updated.

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