San Francisco Reopening Outdoor Dining
Following the news that the statewide “Stay-at-Home” order has been lifted, San Francisco Mayor London Breen tweeted that San Francisco will be moving forward with limited re-openings including outdoor dining and personal services (such has salons and barbers) as soon as San Francisco enters the “Purple” tier.
UPDATE: San Francisco Will Reopen Outdoor Dining Thursday January 28 – see full details – updated 1/25/21
The Mayor is holding a press conference today at 1:15pm to give an update. Watch the Press Conference Live
The California Public Department of Health stated that counties will exist into Purple, “today,” but as of 10am, the state’s dashboard has not yet been updated and still has old data as of 1/19/21. See the county map to find the status of activities open in each county.
Related: San Francisco Outdoor Dining Guide: 320+ Patios & Restaurants – we’ll update as soon
This is an evolving news story and details may change rapidly.
With the statewide Stay Home Order being lifted, we expect San Francisco to return to the Purple Tier.
We will be moving forward with some limited re-openings, including outdoor dining and personal services.
— London Breed (@LondonBreed) January 25, 2021