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UPDATED: Every Bay Area Bar & Restaurant Requiring Proof of Vaccine

Updated 8/18/21 – Every Bay Area bar, restaurant or venue we’ve found that requires vaccines (or negative test) for going indoors
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After the 300-member SF Bar Owners Alliance officially stated its position that a vaccine card (or negative COVID test within 72 hours) should be required for any patron wishing to dine inside on of their member establishments, many bars in San Francisco have confirmed they will be

The recommendations apply only to indoor dining/drinking (and does not affect outdoors – anyone is welcome to visit outdoors or in parklets).

It is up to each individual bar owner to set their own policy whether or note vaccines are required.

Which bars require vaccines indoors?

Please note some bars will accept a recent negative COVID test while others will allow customers in parklets/outdoor seating regardless of status. Make sure to check directly with the bar/restaurant first for full details.

You can download your digital California Digital Vaccine Record

Want the latest bar updates?
Here’s the updated list put together by Bay Area photographer Eddie Hernanadez who did all of the research and is posting constant updates Google Docs as a community servce. Please of course make sure you check with the bars directly to verify.

This list was last updated on 08/18/21 8:38pm

Any venue we missed? Submit the details and we’ll add it to the list

San Francisco

Citywide mandate starting August 20, 2021 –Proof of full vaccination for indoor bars, restaurants, gyms and large indoor events – See the full details – proof of vaccination is not required for outdoor dining/drinking, or for when picking up to-go food.

East Bay


South Bay

North Bay


See the updated list