Chicago to Reopen Indoor Food Restaurant Dining Friday June 26th

Restaurant Reopening

Chicago to Reopen Indoor Food Restaurant Dining Friday June 26th

Chicagoland Indoor Food Restaurants Reopen 

Eatery spots in Chicagoland restaurants will be allowed to start reopen indoor dining with the rest of the state on Friday June 26th. That’s few days earlier than what Mayor Lori Lightfoot wanted to be. The mayor previously said at the press conference the city would have to wait and wouldn’t enter the next stage of its recovery plan until sometime in July. Also the city will only permit dining rooms to reduced capacities. Further more outdoor dining did resumed on June 3 in Chicago, allowing on-premise customers for the first time since March 17 to eat and enjoy favorite indoor dining food.  Mayor Lightfoot and the Illinois Restaurant Association pushed for the return of indoor dining so businesses could make more money and poor into the stagnant economy. Many Chicago city restaurant owners say outdoor dining, with its diminished capacity, doesn’t generate enough business to bring in a profit. Carryout and delivery were allowed during the government’s stay-at-home orders. Indoor dining rooms will be capped at 50 people or 25 percent capacity for the Chicago area. Search our blog for Chicago Restaurants Reopen Indoor Dining

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