“What’s open?”: A Guide to Bay Area Dining

As California moves into Stage 3 of reopening this Friday, June 12th, individual counties within the Bay Area have released specifics. Check out the list from EaterSF:

Alameda County
Open for takeout and delivery.
Closed for outdoor dining, no timeline.
Closed for indoor dining, no timeline.

Contra Costa County
Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Friday, June 5.
Open for indoor dining as of Wednesday, July 1.

Marin County
Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Monday, June 1.
Closed for indoor dining, no timeline.

San Francisco County
Open for takeout and delivery.
Closed for outdoor dining until Friday, June 12.
Closed for indoor dining until Monday, July 13.

San Mateo County
Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Saturday, June 6.
Closed for indoor dining, no timeline.

Santa Clara County
Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Friday, June 5.
Closed for indoor dining, no timeline.

Solano
Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Thursday, May 21.
Open for indoor dining as of Thursday, May 21.

Sonoma
Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Saturday, May 23.
Open for indoor dining as of Saturday, June 6.

Napa
Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Wednesday, May 20.
Open for indoor dining as of Wednesday, May 20.

Santa Cruz

Open for takeout and delivery.
Open for outdoor dining as of Saturday, May 30.
Open for indoor dining as of Saturday, May 30.

 

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