Effective immediately, Chicago’s indoor dining capacity is increasing from 25% to 40% or 50 people per space - whichever is less. This change was announced by city officials on Tuesday.
For now, other restrictions remain the same. So still only six people per table, no booze after 11pm, places must close by midnight, and only bars that serve food are allowed to be open for indoor service. And of course, diners are still required to wear their masks unless they are eating or drinking.