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Which States Are Reopening Restaurants?

Alaska 100 percent; reservations recommended but not required Bars reopened 5/22/2020 Arizona Reduced occupany based on restaurant size; 10-person party limit Bars will remain closed to dine-in service 5/11/2020 Arkansas 33 percent; 10-person party limit Bars will remain closed to dine-in service 5/11/2020 California Reopening decided on county-by-county basis, following social distancing measures Bars that do not serve food remain closed to dine-in service 5/13/2020-5/22/2020; Napa County; San Diego County; Sacramento County Colorado 50 percent; tables must be six feet apart; eight-person party limit Bars will remain closed to dine-in service 5/27/2020 Connecticut 50 percent; outdoor dining only; tables must be six feet apart Bars remain closed to dine-in service 5/20/2020 Delaware 30 percent; reservation-only; tables must be eight feet apart Bars remain closed to dine-in service 6/1/2020 Florida 25 percent; tables outside must be six feet apart Bars remain closed to dine-in service 5/4/2020; excludes Broward, and Miami-Dade counties Georgia 10 diners per 500-hundred square feet; six-person party limit Bars remain closed to dine-in service 4/27/2020 Illinois Outdoor dining only; tables must be six feet apart Bars reopen for outdoor service in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/29/2020 Indiana 50 percent Bars remain closed to dine-in service until June 14 5/11/2020; dine-in service beginning 5/18/2020 in Cass county; Indianapolis cleared to reopen 5/22/2020, outdoor dining only Iowa 50 percent; six-person party limit Bars remain closed to dine-in service until May 27 5/1/2020 Idaho No strict limits, suggested measures include 50 percent capacity; six-person party limit; tables 10 feet apart Bars remain closed to dine-in service 5/16/2020 Kansas 10-person party limit, if limit is met tables must be six feet apart Bars remain closed to dine-in service until May 18, at the earliest 5/4/2020; excludes Jackson, Johnson and Wyandotte counties Kentucky 33 percent capacity; no capacity limit for outdoor dining; tables must be six feet apart Bars remain closed to dine-in service. 5/22/2020 Louisiana 25 percent for indoor dining; tables must be 10 feet apart; no strict capacity on outdoor seating spaces, must follow social distancing measures Bars reopen in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/15/2020; New Orleans beginning 5/16/2020 Maine Reopenings decided on county-by-county basis, following social distancing measures; reservation- and call-ahead service only; tables must be six feet apart Bars remain closed to dine-in service 5/18/2020; excludes four of the state’s 16 counties Michigan 50 percent; tables must be six feet apart Bars reopen in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/22/2020; reopening only permitted in Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula; individual municipalities may enact different measures Minnesota Outdoor seating only; four-person party limit, six if all diners are family members; tables must be six feet apart Bars reopen for outdoor service in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 6/1/2020 Mississippi 50 percent; six-person party limit Bars that do not serve food remain closed to dine-in service 5/4/2020 Missouri No strict capacity limits; tables spaced out in accordance with social distancing guidelines Bars reopen in accordance with six-foot distancing measures 5/4/2020; excludes the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County, and Jackson County Montana 50 percent Bars reopen in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/4/2020 Nevada 50 percent; tables must be six feet apart Bars that do not serve food remain closed to dine-in service 5/9/2020 Nebraska 50 percent Bars remain closed 5/4/2020 New Hampshire No dine-in service; outdoor seating reopening for reservation- and call-ahead service; six-foot social distancing measures implemented; six-person party limit Bars remain closed 5/18/2020 North Dakota 50 percent Bars reopen in accordance with 50 percent capacity limit; standing will not be permitted 5/1/2020 Ohio Outdoor dining only; 10-person party limit; tables must be six feet apart Outdoor drinking allowed as of May 15, indoor drinking beginning May 21 5/15/2020, outdoor dining only; dine-in service beginning 5/21/2020 Oklahoma Tables must be six feet apart Bars remain closed 5/1/2020 Oregon Tables must be six feet apart; 10-person party limit; food and drink service must end by 10 p.m. Bars reopen in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/15/2020; excludes Portland and Salem Rhode Island Outdoor dining only; tables must be eight feet apart; five-person party limit Bars remain closed 5/18/2020 South Carolina Social distancing measures recommended but not enforced Social distancing measures recommended but not enforced 5/11/2020 South Dakota Social distancing measures recommended but not enforced Social distancing measures recommended but not enforced Capacity limits were never enforced Tennessee 75 percent; tables must be six feet apart; six-person party limit Bars remain closed 4/27/2020; excludes six of the state’s 95 counties, which are following different reopening timelines; Nashville restaurants reopened at 75 percent capacity beginning 5/25/2020 Texas 25 percent; capacity limits don’t apply to outdoor seating Bars remain closed until May 22; reopen at 25 percent capacity 5/1/2020; Indoor capacity increased to 50 percent on 5/22/2020; capacity limits do not apply to outdoor seating Utah 50 percent; tables must be six feet apart Bars reopen in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/1/2020 Washington 50 percent; five-person party limit Bars remain closed 5/12/2020; reopening applies to Columbia, Ferry, Garfield, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Skamania, Stevens, and Wahkiakum counties; rest of state yet to announce reopening dates West Virginia 50 percent; tables must be six feet apart; six-person party limit Bars reopen in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/21/2020 Wisconsin No statewide restrictions; limits and reopenings decided on county-by-county basis Bar reopenings decided on county-by-county basis 5/13/2020; Madison and Milwaukee restaurants remain closed to dine-in service Wyoming Tables must be six feet apart; six-person party limit Bars reopen in accordance with capacity limits and social distancing measures 5/16/2020

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