Philadelphia Offers New Guidelines for Outdoor Dining

Philadelphia Offers New Guidelines for Outdoor Dining

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Philadelphia, PA - The City of Philadelphia offered new Guidance for Outdoor Dining in the Winter month, in light of continued restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic.

Philly New Outdoor Guideline for Outdoor Dining and Cold Weather

The guidelines are meant to help local Philly restaurants safely offer outdoor dining options to patrons as the weather gets colder.

The new guidelines—address shelter and heating specifications—provide businesses with several flexible options as possible, consistent with the Philadelphia Fire Code and current COVID-19 safety measures.

In June, the City launched four new options for restaurants to operate outdoor dining to earn much-needed revenue.

The City’s outdoor dining initiative has been a life-line for many restaurants across City to generate much-needed revenue by offering outdoor dining.

Since June 15, 2020, the City has issued 735 temporary approvals for sidewalk cafes, streeteries in the curb lane, or expansions onto privately-owned parking areas and vacant lots.

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