• Starting April 2, the state will implement a new set of restrictions allowing restaurants and bars to offer up to 33% capacity, up to a maximum of 100 people indoors and 200 people outdoors.
  • New York City restaurants will be allowed open indoor dining at 25% capacity starting February 14. The state also extended the curfew for bars and restaurants to 11 p.m. on the same day, allowing establishments to stay open another hour.
  • New York City suspended indoor dining starting December 14. Bars and restaurants with a liquor license have to close by 10 p.m. and indoor gatherings at private homes will be limited to no more than 10 people under new statewide rules starting November 13. This, along with a mask mandate, remains in effect.
  • As of November 29, bars and restaurants with a liquor license have to close by 10 p.m.
  • On September 30, New York will offer indoor dining at 25 percent capacity, adhering to social distancing and sanitation guidelines.
  • On July 16, the governor announced a set of measures tightening restrictions on the state’s bars and restaurants requiring that customers that want to buy an alcoholic beverage at any establishment must also buy food.
  • On July 1, the governor said indoor dining at New York City restaurants will be delayed, while outdoor dining can continue. Tables must be six feet apart.