Georgia is slowly but surely starting to re-open! As of late April, restaurants are allowed to re-open for dine-in so long as they comply with 39 state-mandated guidelines. This includes, but is not limited to, requiring all staff wear face masks, limiting capacity to only ten diners per 500 square feet inside the dining room and bar areas, spacing out all seating, using disposable menus, contactless pay options, prioritize takeout/delivery, and posts signs at entrances stating no one is allowed inside who is exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or a fever. Some may also require customers to have their temperatures upon entering.

For those of you dying to get out and have a dinner you didn’t have to cook yourself, here’s some of your options!

The Roof at Ponce City Market

Open with limited capacity. They are cashless, so don’t forget that credit card! Limited seating in restaurant dining rooms, bar, and other dining areas. Reservations are strongly encouraged, book yours here!

Ocean Wave

If you haven’t had it yet, Ocean Wave can cure all those sushi cravings we’ve had in quarantine! Not to mention a fantastic drink menu. Check out their menu, location, and hours here.

Six Feet Under

This Atlanta staple is back open for dine-in! Come get some fish and chips on their awesome rooftop patio. They are not accepting reservations, but you can check their menu and hours here!

New Realm

New Realm Brewery is back open! They are not doing inside seating quite yet, but limited outdoor seating is available. Or, it’s another great option for some takeout! Read over their website.

The Oceanaire

Looking to finally have a date night? The Oceanaire is the perfect spot for a nice evening out. They are opening their dining room with limited seating, so you might wanna make a reservation! You can do that, read their menu and find their hours here.

We hope everyone is still staying safe in Atlanta. While things are still opening back up, we ask that you continue to practice social distancing and safety procedures recommended by the CDC. Stay Safe Atlanta!

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