Los Angeles City and County Issue Dine-In Restaurant Guidelines for Reopening
Los Angeles City and County Issue Dine-In Restaurant Guidelines for Reopening

On Friday, May 29th, both the City of Los Angeles and the County of Los Angeles announced that dine-in restaurants are permitted to reopen. Both the city and county have also issued guidelines for restaurants to follow in the reopening of their dine-in operations.

The County of Los Angeles’ protocols for the reopening of on-site dining for restaurants and other permanent retail food operations are found here.

The City of Los Angeles’ guidelines for dine-in restaurants and bars in the City of Los Angeles can be found here. At this time, bars are not permitted to reopen except for food take-out orders, but they are covered in the city’s guidelines for planning purposes. Further, the State of California’s guidelines for dine-in restaurants can be found here.

It is important to note that Los Angeles County restaurants that open must complete and post the county’s social distancing protocols found here.

The author would like to gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Joanne Warriner.

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