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The City’s phased plan to reopen facilities and services is based on our commitment to protect City staff and residents, and in adherence with the most up-to-date State of Colorado and Boulder County public health orders. To learn more about which City facilities have reopened or plan to reopen, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

Indoor & Outdoor Dining

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Restaurants and Safer at Home

Under Colorado's Safer at Home Public Health Order, restaurants can be open for indoor and outdoor dining, as well as home delivery and curbside pick up.

Rules for Dining Out in Louisville

Local businesses and their staff are working hard to keep our community safe.

The same rules apply to both indoor and outdoor dining and residents are asked to be respectful and patient with restaurants and their staff as they adjust to these new regulations:

  1. Facial coverings are required for anyone age 3 and older when:
    • Food and drink are finished being consumed.
    • Ordering, paying, or otherwise interacting with employees or other customers.
    • Entering and exiting the restaurant or outdoor dining area
  2. Facial coverings may be removed to eat and drink.
  3. Maximum of 8 people per party.
  4. Maintain 6 feet of distance where possible.
  5. Contactless payment is preferred.
  6. If you’re feeling sick, stay at home.
  7. Be respectful, patient, and kind.

Customers who are sick or not feeling well, have recently traveled outside of the US, or may have come into contact with someone with COVID-19 should not enter businesses (including outdoor dining spaces).

Facial covering exceptions

In accordance with Louisville City Ordinance, customers and staff age 3 and older must wear a cloth, non-medical facial covering that covers the nose and mouth. If you are exempt from wearing a facial covering under the Louisville City Ordinance, just tell your host and server, “I’m exempt”. No other information is necessary. A complete list of exceptions is available from each restaurant and can also be viewed at LouisvilleCO.gov/COVID19.

Main Street outdoor dining

Louisville's Outdoor Dining

Parts of Main Street have been closed to allow restaurants to offer more outdoor dining until at least October 5. The closure replaces the annual summer patio program.

Closures include:

  1. Main Street from Walnut to Spruce
  2. Main Street from Spruce to Pine
  3. Main Street from Pine to Elm 

Walnut, Pine, Spruce, and Elm will remain open to east/west traffic. RTD buses will operate on a detour during the street closure.

The sidewalks are operating on a one way system.

Cyclists must dismount from their bikes on the sidewalks. Refer to Louisville's Municipal Code, Section 10 for details.

Outdoor dining began on Friday, June 12. Reservations are encouraged. As the program begins, please contact restaurants to check that they are open and ready for outdoor dining.

Participating Main Street restaurants:

  • Bittersweet
  • B.O.B.S Sandwich Shop
  • 12Degree Brewing
  • Empire
  • The Waterloo Icehouse
  • Zucca Italian Ristorante
  • Giovannitti Coffee Roasters
  • The Melting Pot
  • Por Wine House
  • LuLu’s BBQ
  • The Huckleberry
  • Verde
  • Punch Buggy Shave Ice
  • Moxie Bread
  • Crystal Springs Brewing

Outdoor dining in Louisville

Also participating in extended outdoor dining:

  • 740 Front
  • Pica’s
  • Sushi Yoshi
  • Murphy’s 
  • Redgarden (Coming soon)

If you're a business interested in offering more outdoor dining, contact Economic Vitality Director Megan Pierce mpierce@louisvilleco.gov

Local Restaurants Open for Takeout & Delivery

More detail on listed restaurants and promotions on offer is also listed under "Food & Beverage" establishments.