Where Bay Area coun­ties stand on bars

San Francisco Chronicle - - FROM THE COVER -

Alameda: Winer­ies with on-site restau­rants can hold tast­ings with food pair­ings out­doors. Pubs, bars, brew­eries and winer­ies can serve al­co­hol only with out­door sit-down meals. Bars, winer­ies, and other such fa­cil­i­ties that do not offer out­door sit-down din­ing are not open.

Con­tra Costa: Out­door bars, pubs, brew­eries and winer­ies that offer sit-down din­ing are open. Bars and winer­ies are not open for in­door ser­vice.

Marin: Bars, pubs, brew­eries and winer­ies that offer out­door sit­down din­ing are open. Bars, winer­ies and other in­door dine-in ser­vices are not open.

Napa: Bars, tast­ing rooms and winer­ies with phys­i­cal dis­tanc­ing mea­sures are open.

San Francisco: Bars, winer­ies and in­door dine-in ser­vices are not open. Out­door bars were sched­uled to open June 29 but are on hold.

San Ma­teo: Dine-in restau­rants, bars and winer­ies are open.

Santa Clara: Bars, winer­ies and in­door sit-down din­ing are not open.

Solano: Bars, winer­ies and brew­eries are open.

Sonoma: Brew­pubs, brew­eries, bars, pubs, craft dis­til­leries, winer­ies and tast­ing rooms are open.

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