How to Stay Safe When Dining at Restaurants and Bars
Restaurants, cafes, coffeehouses, bars, taverns, brewer taprooms, micro distiller cocktail rooms, farm wineries, craft wineries, cideries, golf courses and clubs, dining clubs, and other places of Public Accommodation that offer food and beverages are allowed to offer food for indoor and outdoor onsite consumption, within the following parameters:
- Indoor Capacity is limited to no more than 75% of established capacity. For venues with occupancy larger than 333, use the calculator at the Stay Safe Guidance webpage.
- Social distancing of 6 feet must be maintained between parties.
- Indoor dining table sizes are limited to 10. No bar seating restrictions.
- Outdoor settings have no occupancy limits or distancing requirements. Individuals do not have to mask if under 500 patrons. No social distancing or table size requirements apply.
- Patrons are required to wear masks indoors, except when eating or drinking and must be seated in all indoor areas, except for limited games outlined in the restaurant guidance.
- Indoor private parties, events, receptions, or other gatherings in venues or separate spaces (ballroom or other private room) can operate at 50% capacity. Refer to indoor venue guidance found on the Stay Safe Guidance for Entertainment and Meeting Venues.