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Many of our local restaurants and breweries offer takeout and/or delivery service; we encourage you to continue to support these local businesses.
Starting July 3 at 12:01 a.m., bars and restaurants in Allegheny County will be closed for one week. Food establishments may still offer takeout and delivery. Additionally, all activities that involve more than 25 people are cancelled.
Allegheny County moved to the Green Phase of Governor Tom Wolf’s Process to Reopen Pennsylvania plan on June 5. Within this phase, restaurants and bars are permitted to provide take-out and delivery sales, as well as dine-in service to both indoor and outdoor seating areas, so long as they operate at 50% occupancy.
Bars and restaurants in Allegheny County are not permitted to sell alcohol for drinking on-site. Alcohol can be sold for takeout only. Many of our local restaurants and breweries offer takeout; we implore our residents and visitors to continue to support these local businesses.
All county restaurants are instructed to follow CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines. Additionally, masks must be worn when seated at restaurants and may only be removed when eating or drinking.
The Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association has instituted the “Pennsylvania Restaurant Promise.” The Promise, open to any restaurant in Pennsylvania to join, is a set of voluntary commitments a restaurant operator is making to its employees and customers during the COVID-19 recovery plan. Look for the Pennsylvania Promise sign for the assurance that the restaurant or has committed to taking the appropriate action to protect its employees and customers, as well as our community.
We encourage you to check specific hours of operation before dining out.
Please Note: The information shared by VisitPITTSBURGH is compiled from industry associations, state governments and medical experts. Please use this page as an information resource, not as legal recommendations for visiting Pittsburgh.