Details on the next phase of Washington’s reopening plan for restaurants is coming into greater focus. The state already announced that indoor dining would increase from 25 percent to 50 percent capacity, starting March 22. Now, the Department of Health (DOH) released further guidelines for restaurants and bars in Phase 3. Max table size allowances will increase from 6 to 10 people, and booze can be sold until midnight (the current cutoff for alcohol sales is 11 p.m.).
The new allowances also state that table sizes won’t have any household restrictions. In the current phase, there’s a maximum of two households per table for indoor service, although actually enforcing
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