Denver Restaurants and Bars Reopening for In-House Dining
By Amy Antonation
Looking for a place to go tonight? Denver has lifted its curfew, and local eateries are hungry for customers.
Restaurants across Colorado can now reopen for on-premises dining, with stringent safety guidelines; counties and municipalities can add their own rules, but most are going with the state’s stipulations that eateries be limited to 50 percent capacity or fifty customers, whichever is lower; tables be at least six feet apart; and all restaurant workers wear masks at all times.
In Denver, customers need to wear masks to their tables and when they leave them. Otherwise, the city’s rules correspond with the state’s guidelines, though Denver’s Facebook page warns that it “may make additional adjustments in the coming days.” And to-go options and delivery — of both food and booze, praise the lord — are not only still allowed, but encouraged; you can find out more about those offerings here.