Indoor dining and drinking is expected to make a return to Chicago on June 26th when Illinois is expected to enter Phase 4 of Restore Illinois.
Under the Phase, restaurants and bars will be able to reopen to allow for indoor dining. Under the plan introduced by the City, restaurants and bars will be allowed to reopen up to 25 percent capacity and a maximum of 50 people per room. Tables must be limited to ten people or fewer and spaced at least six feet apart.
Bars and taverns not serving food are only allowed a two-hour time limit, per party. All Alcohol sales must end by 11 pm for indoor drinking and carry out sales must end by 9 pm under the reopening rules, announced on Friday.
Employees are required to wear masks and regularly disinfect facilities and high touched areas.
You can read the full reopening guidelines here.