After hospital cases began to rise in November 2020, Minnesota enforced stricter guidelines including limiting bars and restaurants to takeout and delivery only. However, Minnesota has just recently begun to loosen their COVID restrictions; this includes dining restrictions in Minneapolis. We've gathered all the latest updates from city officials to ensure operators stay in the know.
Yes. As of January 11, indoor dining is allowed to open at 50 percent capacity -- with no more than 150 people at a time. Additionally, diners must not exceed 6 people in their group and remain seated at least six feet away from other parties. Reservations are also required.
Yes. Outdoor dining is allowed as long as total occupancy does not exceed 150 people and physical distancing of 6 feet can be maintained between parties at different tables.
Yes. Bars are also now permitted to open at 50 percent capacity, with no more than 150 people at a time. At least six feet distance must be maintained between seating. Additionally, bar seating is allowed but must be limited to groups of two.
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