• Effective March 25, bars no longer have an alcohol service curfew and may increase operating capacity to 50%, both indoors and outdoors. Additionally, restaurants may increase indoor dining capacity to 75% and outdoor dining to 100% occupancy.
  • On February 25, the state eased some restrictions, allowing bars and taverns to reopen. Restaurants may increase their operating capacity to 50% with safety protocols still in place. This new executive order also relaxes restrictions on alcohol sales, extending the curfew for beverage sales to 11 p.m.
  • The Governor extended his 10 p.m. statewide curfew until the end of February. This includes a 9 p.m. curfew on alcohol sales. Bars remain closed to indoor seating and are only allowed limited outdoor seating. In addition to this, the Governor also extended permission for bars and restaurants to offer to-go sales of mixed drinks through the end of March.
  • The Governor implemented a modified stay-at-home order that lasts until December 8. This included a curfew between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m and will remain in place until January 8. This order was extended for an additional three weeks on January 6.
  • As of November 9, the Governor announced the state would remain in its third phase of reopening which began on October 3. In this phase, restaurants continue to operate at 50% capacity, while bars may operate at 30% capacity with outdoor seating only. Additionally, all areas are further subject to individual county restrictions and limitations.
  • On September 4, the state moved into Phase 2.5, which opens several indoor activity areas and limits gatherings to a maximum of 25 people indoors and 50 outdoors. Bars, nightclubs, movie theatres, and indoor entertainment centers remain closed.