LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Kentucky restaurants were forced to close indoor dining in another round of restrictions, but that will all change again on Monday. Governor Andy Beshear made the executive order in November limiting indoor dining until Dec. 13. Not everything is going back to normal, there are still guidelines that need to be followed.
Good news for food lovers in Kentucky! After months of restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants in the state are finally able to resume indoor dining at full capacity. Governor Andy Beshear recently lifted many of the restrictions on businesses, including restaurants, allowing them to open their doors to hungry customers once again. Of course, safety protocols are still in place, such as social distancing and mask-wearing requirements for staff and customers. But the ability to dine indoors at full capacity is a welcome change for restaurant owners and diners alike. With spring just around the corner, this is the perfect time to try out new restaurants or revisit old favorites while supporting the local food industry.