San Diego COVID Restaurant Rules: Is Indoor/Outdoor Dining Allowed?

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January 19, 2021, 08:36 PM UTC
San Diego COVID Restaurant Rules: Is Indoor/Outdoor Dining Allowed?

Things have been all over the place in San Diego. In mid-December, a San Diego Superior Court judge exempted all businesses with restaurant service from California's regional COVID-19 stay-at-home order; an appeals court blocked the order just a few days later, keeping Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home edict in full effect. Fast-forward to mid-January and the county is facing thousands of complaints from the public as well as cease and desist orders being sent to businesses who refuse to comply. To help you stay on top of the latest, the information below reflects the current dining guidelines from city officials.

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Is indoor dining allowed in San Diego?

No. The stay-at-home currently in effect order prohibits all indoor dining until further notice.

Is outdoor dining allowed in San Diego?

No. The stay-at-home currently in effect order prohibits all indoor dining until further notice.

Is indoor bar service allowed in San Diego?

No. Bars must remain closed until further notice.

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