New Rules and Guidelines Once Indoor Dinning Finally Reopens
Here's the news indoor dinning lovers have been waiting for since mid-March when restaurants and bars all over New Jersey closed their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indoor dinning will finally be allowed starting this Friday to kick off the long Labor Day Weekend.
Here are some of the new rules and guidelines for indoor dinning according to NJ.com.
- Restaurant capacity will be limited to 25%
- Guests will be required to wear a mask while not seated. You are strongly encouraged to wear a mask while seated and not eating or drinking.
- All staff must wear a mask
- No more than 8 per table unless guests are immediate family or live together.
- You are strongly encouraged to make reservations.
- Tables will be spaced 6 feet apart and you must stay seated while you eat.
- No salad bars or buffets at this time
- Sanitizing will be increased
- Bars will be limited to groups of four. Social distance practices must continue between groups.
- You are also encouraged to wait in your car while waiting for a table
Although dining out has changed, I'm really looking forward to once again being able to have a nice dinner with the family or friends to socialize or to celebrate a special occasion.
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