Indoor Dining in SF Expands to 50% Capacity on Nov. 3rd
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.
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.
- SF Announces Lots of New Updates for Reopening – 10/20/20
- SF Restaurant Scene Rebounds After Months Long Shutdown – 10/20/20
- Indoor Dining in San Francisco is Back Sept. 30th – 9/29/20
- No Indoor Dining & Bars In SF Until At Least “Mid-October” – 9/10/20
- San Francisco Outdoor Dining Guide: 260+ Patios & Restaurants – Updated 9/2/20
- SF’s New Timeline for Reopening Announced – 9/1/20
- 369 Restaurants Permanently Closed in SF Bay Area – 7/29/20
- SF Indoor Dining Will Not Reopen on July 13 – 7/7/20
As long as our Key Public Health Indicators remain stable or improve, we expect that starting November 3, we can expand capacity at businesses and activities that have already reopened, like indoor dining, indoor worship, and museums up to 50%.
— London Breed (@LondonBreed) October 20, 2020