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Napa County 1st in Bay Area to Reopen Dine-in Restaurants

Dine-in service is allowed by state “effective immediately” as long as the restaurants meet safety guidelines.
By - posted 5/20/2020 No Comment

Thanks to ABC7 for letting us know that, effective immediately, Napa County is the first county in the Bay Area that is allowing restaurants to open for dine-in service as long as they have made adaptations that meet state guidelines.

So that means restaurants in cities like Napa, St. Helena, Yountville, American Canyon, and Calistoga are now allowed to reopen should they choose to.

Restaurants in Napa County can now operate immediately for dine-in service as long as they have met the state guidelines. The restaurant must show customers and employees that the establishment has reduced risk, and should post signage of their social distancing protocol and more.

Which restaurants are open yet? There is no master list yet, so for the time being you’ll have to contact each restaurant directly. Here’s a list of restaurants in Napa, St. Helena and Calistoga

Wineries and tasting rooms that do not provide sit-down meals are not included in this current stage and remain closed for dine-in until “Phase 3” is allowed.

Read the Napa County Industry Guidance


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