Last week, L.A. County entered the yellow tier, which means expanded indoor capacity for most businesses.
L.A. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer told LAist that this could make a significant difference to bars, who will now “be able to provide indoor service with a limit on their capacity, at 25%. So, a small number of people will be able to be served indoors at bars, it's really at 25%, no more. But that, for some places, will be a very big difference."
We check in with bars and restaurants around Southern California - and we want to hear from you if you own or work in the drinks or restaurant industry. How was this past year? Has the yellow tier made a difference? What further loosening of restrictions will make a difference for you? Call us at 866-893-5722.
Sandra Cordero, executive chef and owner of Gasolina Cafe in Woodland Hills
Kim Prince, Owner Hotville Chicken in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw area
Armando De La Torre, Jr., Co-owner and operator of Guisados, which has multiple locations in the LA County area, Georgia's Burger Stand in Boyle Heights and Playita Mariscos in Silver Lake