FutureStarr

Los Angeles indoor dining

Los Angeles indoor dining

Los Angeles indoor dining

The two primary selling points for indoor dining are convenience and an escape from the outdoors. Tastes that differ from the outdoors comprise of a lot of richness from meats, seafood and sauces.

Indoor

The county order requires patrons of indoor bars, wineries, nightclubs and lounges to begin showing proof of at least one dose of vaccination starting Thursday, and show proof of full vaccination by Nov. 4. Additionally, starting Thursday, the county order says that participants and workers of outdoor events with 10,000 or more people — such as Dodger Stadium, SoFi Stadium, Universal Studios Hollywood and Six Flags Magic Mountain — provide proof of full vaccination or show that they’ve recently tested negative for the coronavirus.

Effective November 8, 2021, food and beverage establishments located within the city of Los Angeles (LA) that offer indoor food and beverage service will be required subject to the LA City Ordinance requiring vaccination verification of customers entering indoor portions of the business. Establishments in LA that are already verifying vaccination status in compliance with the LA County Health Officer Order (e.g., nightclubs, lounges, breweries, wineries and distilleries) do not need to follow the Ordinance and should continue to follow the requirements of the Health Officer Order. See the SafePassLA website and FAQ page for a full list of covered locations and for more details on the Ordinance. For more information about implementing a vaccination requirement, visit the LA County Toolkit for Businesses.Reserve indoor spaces as much as possible for persons that provide proof of their full vaccination against COVID-19 prior to entry. Seat those who do not provide proof of being fully vaccinated in an outdoor service area whenever possible. COVID-19 spreads more easily indoors than outdoors. The risk of exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19 is lower outdoors than indoors and increases with crowding if someone present is infected. (Source: publichealth.lacounty.gov)

 

 

 

Related Articles