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Sushi Boats & Buffets Can Return in SF on May 6

SF’s new “Yellow Tier” means self-service items like Fro-Yo are back
By - posted 4/30/2021 No Comment

San Francisco Supervisor Matt Haney announced on Twitter that the City will enter the least restrictive Yellow Tier on May 7, 2021. May 6, 2021 UPDATESan Francisco is allowing Yellow Tier reopenings a day earlier, on May 6.

He notes that “Under state guidelines, in the yellow tier: Restaurants, movie theaters, libraries, offices, churches, family entertainment centers, gyms and fitness studios and can open indoors at 50% capacity.”

Buffets & Sushi Boats
The new tier means dining rules have been updated. Most notably, buffets and self-service items like fro-yo and sushi boats are now allowed.

Plus, tables can now have up to 8 people with no household limits anymore. Plus masks are no longer required when dining outdoors, if tables are at least six feet apart.

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SF Indoor Bars Can Open May 6 – 4/30/2021

Here’s a screenshot prospective new rules for dining from the Best Practices for Reopening: Preparing for Yellow Tier presentation by San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD)



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