Miami Beach Closes Roadways For More Restaurant Outdoor Dining

Have you been itching to dine-out as stay-at-home orders begin to lift and more public spaces and non-essential businesses begin to open? As of Monday, you may see costumers at tables dining in, and more non-essential business such as salons with filled chairs as the state of Florida moves into a full re-opening phase one.

Broward and Miami-Dade counties initiated the re-opening of restaurants in South Florida on Monday. Miami Beach, which allowed restaurants to re-open with restrictions, announced road closures to allow restaurants to utilize sidewalks and help more businesses follow social distancing guidelines.

Per Miami Beach’s re-opening guidelines, restaurants are now to set indoor capacity to fifty percent. The streets currently closed include Washington Avenue between 7th and 16 streets starting May 26th. Ocean Drive from 5th to 15th street will remain closed during this phase of re-opening.

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