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No shoes, no mask, no service: Louisville restaurants adjust to new rules on reopening day

Louisville restaurants began reopening, with indoor dining limited to 33% capacity while any number of outdoor patrons are allowed.

       

Louisville area restaurants reopen to on-site dining

Some Louisville restaurants flung their doors open on Friday to welcome back customers after being shut down for in-person dining for months.

       

Louisville restaurants reopen this weekend. Here are 12+ places where you can eat outside

Restaurants can reopen at 33% capacity in Kentucky. So here are a handful of Louisville places with plans to safely serve guests on outdoor patios
       

Louisville ‘virtual’ shows this week: ‘As You Like It,’ ‘Much Ado About Nothing,’ and more

Virtually immerse yourself in Louisville’s arts scene. From Kentucky Shakespeare to the Louisville Orchestra, there’s something for everyone this week

       

Shipping delays hampering your quarantine fun? Try a virtual puzzle instead

Buying a puzzle online may mean waiting two weeks. Fortunately, your Courier Journal subscription includes free, downloadable puzzles & online games.

       

As Kentucky restaurants reopen, owners unsure how to monitor customers wearing masks

No matter how much restauranteurs prepare to reopen, they cannot anticipate the behavior of guests. Many hope customers will wear masks.

       

There may be no better business in the social distancing age than this Louisville drive-in

In a way, there’s no better business in the age of coronavirus social distancing than a drive-in. Sauerbeck Family Drive-in in Oldham County reopens.

       

Some Louisville restaurants have been closed nearly two months. It won’t be easy to reopen

Some restaurants in Kentucky limp toward reopening in a new world where rules have changed, supply chains are disrupted and employees are hard to find

       

Restaurants can reopen Friday in Kentucky. Why some bars and pubs will open doors, too

Drew Borgmann had only been the owner of Flanagan’s Ale House on 934 Baxter Ave for 12 days before Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear ordered it to close.

       

As restaurants in Kentucky reopen, here are 12 ‘Healthy at Work’ rules they must follow

Things will look a lot different for restaurant workers and patrons who dine out around Louisville once restaurants are allowed to reopen May 22.

       

What’s next? Louisville restaurants struggle with ‘constant unknown’ of COVID-19 pandemic

Anyone who loves the food scene in Louisville is worried about restaurants. How will they make it … will they make it? Chef Kevin Ashworth weighs in

       

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