To-Go Cocktails, Outdoor Dining Allowed To Stay After June 15, Gov. Newsom SaysGov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday that California will continue to allow to-go cocktails and outdoor dining after COVID restrictions are lifted on June 15.
CicLAvia Working With LA To Expand Al Fresco Outdoor Dining ProgramThe nonprofit CicLAvia will work with Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation to help the city expand its COVID-19 Al Fresco outdoor dining program.
LA Begins Process To Make Al Fresco Outdoor Dining Program PermanentThe Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to begin steps to make its COVID-19 al fresco outdoor dining program permanent.
Outdoor Dining To Be Expanded Along Third Street Promenade In Santa MonicaOutdoor dining along Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be expanded to help support restaurants as they reopen.
Atlantic Avenue In Long Beach's Bixby Knolls Area Undergoes Changes To Expand Outdoor Dining Areas For BusinessesA stretch of the busy thoroughfare between East Claiborne Drive and East Armando Drive is shrinking from two lanes to one, and the speed limit is being lowered. New striping and barricades are also going up.
Manhattan Beach Closing Major Street To Give Restaurants Outdoor Dining SpaceBeginning Feb. 12, Manhattan Avenue will be closed to vehicles between Manhattan Beach Boulevard and 12th Street.
LA Restaurant Owners Thrilled To Resume Outdoor DiningOutdoor dining returned to the county Friday after a two-month shutdown, to the delight of restaurant owners. 
LA County Says No TVs For Outdoor Diners At Local RestaurantsThe order bans restaurants from allowing television screens that broadcast programming to patrons in an effort to keep restaurants from becoming overcrowded for sporting events, such as the upcoming Super Bowl.
LA County Restaurants Prepare For Outdoor Dining As Vaccination Efforts ContinueOn Wednesday, Public Health reported 6,917 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 307 additional deaths, bringing countywide totals to 1,091,712 cases and 15,897 deaths.
LA Judge Declines To Issue Court Order In Lawsuit Over Outdoor Dining Ban, Says County Should Provide EvidenceA Los Angeles judge Wednesday again rejected legal challenges against the county's ban on in-person dining.
LA County Restaurants Can Apply For Financial Relief To Receive Up To $30K In AidRestaurants that have lost business due to coronavirus health regulations in Los Angeles County can apply this week to receive up to $30,000 in aid.