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Indoor Dining Downtown

With updated COVID-19 safety guidelines, some restaurants that meet certain “open-air” safety guidelines offer limited indoor seating

With updated COVID-19 safety guidelines, some restaurants that meet certain “open-air” safety guidelines may now be able to open indoor dining at 25 percent capacity.

Chelsea Farms Oyster Bar has made some updates to their outdoor seating and is offering some indoor dining. Because seating capacity is limited, reservations are recommended for both indoor and outdoor dining.

Well 80 is continuing their outdoor patio seating and has a small amount of indoor seating as well. They continue to monitor CO2 levels closely and adhere to a very strict mask and sanitation policy.

“We are now able to open up to 25% capacity with our bay door open, so with a max capacity of 84 in our dining room, we now can seat 21 inside, plus another 15 or so outside on the covered patio,” says Nate Reilly, owner of Three Magnets Brewing Co. “We have four large room HEPA air purifiers, seven fans, and a 100% contactless online ordering system, as well as a windowed wall separating staff from guests. Our monitored CO2 seems to be within 10 ppm of outside pretty much consistently, which means we have great airflow, and heaters at most tables to combat the cold.”

As always, we recommend checking with restaurants directly before dining as COVID-19 guidelines are always subject to change. We encourage you to come downtown and support local businesses. Refer to the Shop & Dine guide below for additional information. 

*Photo Courtesy Three Magnets Brewing Co. 

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