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July 24, 2020
Seattle Bars Will Stop Indoor Seating Indefinitely Starting July 30th
Governor Inslee announced some more updates to restaurant and bar restrictions.
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Much like a Rube Goldberg machine or the hit musical Hamilton, a lot of things just happened within a very short period of time. Specifically regarding restaurants in Seattle. So we put together a neat bulleted list of everything that you need to know based on Governor Inslee’s latest announcement.

As of July 30th:

  • All bars in Seattle must stop indoor seating indefinitely, regardless of whether or not they serve food. Only outdoor service is allowed.
  • But what's the definition of "bar" here? According to the Washington Hospitality Association, "A bar is considered a tavern license, winery license, brewery license or distillery license." Beverage-forward restaurants that don't serve minors are not bars.
  • Alcohol service will end at 10pm daily for all restaurants and bars.
  • For restaurants with indoor service, people from different households cannot sit at the same table.
  • But people from different households can sit at the same table if it’s outside.
  • We’re still in Phase Two. But Phase Three headcounts have been adjusted - restaurant dining rooms can only be at 50% capacity (instead of 75%).

For more information, you can check out this article from The Seattle Times or check out Jay Inslee’s press conference video here.

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