Palm Springs Restaurants Reopening for Outside Dining
Riverside County is lifting the stay-at home order and moving back into the purple, most restrictive tier. Within this tier, restaurants that have been some of the most impacted by the pandemic can now reopen to outdoor dining in addition to takeout.
Palm Springs businesses such as restaurants and gyms can now resume outdoor operations and many restaurants are reopening for outdoor dining. Barber shops as well as hair and nail salons can operate inside.
Jerry Keller, the owner of Lulu California Bistro in Palm Springs, said reopening is a “nice Band-Aid.” He planned to open Friday evening.
“It isn’t like opening the restaurant but it’s definitely helpful,” Keller said. “That’ll bring people into town and if they’re in town, they’ll be going to the restaurants.”
Many restaurants are reopening for outdoor dining and many more a offering curb-side take out and delivery through delivery services. Some restaurants like Johannes will reopen outside dining once the weather warms up some in the evenings.