Starting today, South Carolina restaurants are allowed to open for limited dine-in indoor service. Governor Henry McMaster made the announcement on Friday, along with guidelines for restaurants to follow if and when they choose to open for dine-in services. Those guidelines include, but are not limited to:
- Only allow 50% of posted occupancy inside, as determined by fire marshals
- Tables should be spaced 6-8 feet apart
- Additional cleaning and sanitizing guidelines for equipment, tables, chairs, etc.
- Additional guidance for health checks for all employees
- Social distancing guidance for employees and customers
Prefer eating outdoors? Check out our list of al fresco options.