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Teddy Wolff
March 10, 2021
NYC’s Indoor Dining Capacity Can Expand To 50%
Governor Cuomo announced that the city’s restaurants can seat their indoor dining rooms at 50% capacity beginning Friday, March 19th.

Starting on Friday, March 19th, NYC restaurants can fill their dining rooms at 50% capacity. Governor Cuomo announced the new policy on Wednesday, in coordination with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy (New Jersey restaurants can also open for 50% capacity starting on the same day).

New York City restaurants have been operating at 35% capacity indoors for the last two weeks, after Cuomo bumped it up from 25%.

Earlier this week, the governor also announced that the rest of the state’s restaurants could reopen their dining rooms at 75% on Friday, March 19th. But New York City’s restaurants were not initially mentioned in the plan.

The change comes just as the House and the Senate passed a new federal stimulus bill that includes specific restaurant relief in the form of $28.6 billion. Read more about how the new package will impact restaurants all across the country here.

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