Indoor seating guidelines and restrictions.

When New Jersey begins allowing indoor dining September 4th, restaurants and bars that take part must place tables six feet from each other, limit eight customers to a table, one hour time limit per table,  require employees to wear face coverings and gloves, close buffets and salad bars, and post signs that say patrons with a fever or symptoms of the coronavirus shouldn’t enter.

Establishments must institute the following policies:

  • Limit seating to a maximum of 8 customers per table - unless from an immediate family or the same household – and arrange seating to achieve a minimum distance of 6 feet between parties;

  • Encourage reservations for greater control of customer traffic;

  • Cordon off any indoor or outdoor dance floors to the public;

  • Require customers to provide a phone number if making a reservation to facilitate contact tracing;

  • Consider alternatives to paper/physical menus (whiteboards, electronic menus);

  • Provide a hand sanitizer station for customers; and

  • Require customers who wish to enter the indoor portion of the establishment to wear a face covering, unless the customer has a medical reason for not doing so or is a child under two years of age;

  • Require that groups stay 6 feet apart, even in areas where groups are not assigned seating;


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