On May 17, LA County published a press release confirming the County’s alignment with the State of California’s mandate for masking guidelines to stay in place until June 15, 2021. It is important to note that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s recent announcement was not meant to eliminate current safety modifications at local and state levels, and the CDC acknowledged the importance of maintaining local protections.

Source: LA County Public Health [Last Updated 5/21/2021]

All customers…

Will be expected to wear a mask except while eating or drinking.

  • You will need to wear a mask when you line up to get food for pick-up or take-out, when you arrive for indoor or outdoor dining, or if you get up from your table for any reason during your meal.
    • Your mask must have at least two layers of tightly woven, breathable material. It must fully cover your nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of your face and around your nose.
  • The only exceptions are children under 2 or anyone who has been told by a doctor that they cannot wear a mask safely. Note that people with most underlying conditions (asthma, for example) can safely wear masks but if you cannot, go to the DPH mask page to learn about alternative face coverings.

Will be asked to comply with social distancing

  • If you have to line up for take-out make sure your party stays six feet from others on line and from staff.
  • If you have small children with you keep them close by, maintaining their six foot distance from other diners and staff.
  • If you plan to dine at the restaurant you will be required to follow the restaurant’s rules for placement of tables and chairs.

Should remember to practice good hand hygiene.

  • Wash and/or disinfect your hands before arriving at the restaurant, after using the restroom and again when you leave.
  • Check ahead to see if the restaurant only takes credit cards so they can practice contactless payment.

Source: LA County Public Health [Last Updated 5/21/2021]