Outdoor dining update and gallery
Updated: Jun 21, 2020
Shanna Kelly | Seven Mile Satellite
Photos | Shanna Kelly
As of June 15, restaurants opened for outdoor dining as long as their application to do so was approved by the borough. This is part of New Jersey's steps toward Phase 2 of the reopening of the state.
According to the Department of Health restaurants are supposed to follow their protocols. This includes a maximum of eight people per table, a minimum of six feet between tables of varying parties, disinfect the tables, chairs, menus, etc. after each use, require employees to wear masks and gloves. Establishments are also must deny indoor entry to anyone not wearing a face covering. This excludes those with a health condition inhibiting them from doing so and children under the age of two.