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Indoor Dining in SF Expands to 50% Capacity on Nov. 3rd

Restaurants can expand indoor seating on November 3rd up to 50% capacity (max 200 people)
By - posted 10/20/2020 No Comment

As part of a broad updated timeline for reopenings. San Francisco today announced that indoor restaurants will be able to increase their capacity to 50% starting November 3rd.

See the latest press release | See SF’s updated reopening guidelines as of Oct. 20

Indoor dining was originally was allowed to reopen on September 30th with a capacity of 25%. But now, starting November 3rd, dining establishments, including those within hotels, shopping centers and museums, can increase their indoor capacity to 50% up to 200 people, and with a maximum time limit per table seating of 3 hours.

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