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Outdoor Dining Hours (Covid-19)

Updated: Aug 2


Updated Rules for On-Premise Consumption
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July 30, 2020


I wanted to share this information with you about outdoor dining and its

hours. During this public health emergency, the state is now allowing local

municipalities to modify the hours for outdoor dining as they see fit, as long as the

hours do not exceed what is allowed under section 30-91 (hours of operation).

Local municipalities, through its designated Local Enforcement Official (LED),

may make such decisions on a case-by-case basis, if they so desire.


The Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) has updated

its Restaurant Sector Rules.


Amenities non-essential to a businesses’ main function (e.g. pool table(s), dart

boards, etc.) are allowed but must be thoroughly cleaned in-between group usage.

Markings on the ground shall be used section off these amenities and ensure they

are at least 6 feet away from the closest chair back/person. Only those playing

shall be allowed around these areas; others must remain in their seating area.

Masks must always be worn, and no food or drink is allowed in these areas.

Regarding indoor performers/talent., sector rules state that performers/talent must

wear a mask when they are performing and remain at least 6 feet away from the

public; musical vocalists are not allowed to perform indoors.


Here are some relevant links:


RESTAURANTS

https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/DECD/Covid_Business_Recovery-Phase2/0729IndoorDining_C3_V4.pdf


SECTOR RULES

https://portal.ct.gov/DECD/Content/Coronavirus-Business-Recovery/Sector-Rulesand-Certification-for-Reopen


Sincerely,


John Suchy, Director

DCP



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