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When Will You Be Ready to Dine at Atlanta Restaurants Again?

Take this survey and tell Eater Atlanta your thoughts on returning to restaurant dining rooms

Inside the dining room at the General Muir at Emory Point
The General Muir.
Alex Lassiter

Now that Georgia restaurants are permitted to reopen for dine-in service, it’s up to diners to decide when they will feel comfortable returning to restaurant dining rooms around Atlanta. Restaurants must currently comply with a set of 39 state-mandated guidelines, including requiring staff to wear faces masks, spacing out seating, and limiting capacity to only ten diners per 500 square feet in dining areas. Some may also require patrons to have their temperatures checked before entering the restaurant.

Eater Atlanta wants to hear from readers regarding when they will feel comfortable dining out at restaurants around town again. Take this brief survey, which includes questions concerning timeframes on returning to restaurant dining rooms, restaurant COVID-19 safety protocols readers want to see in place, seating arrangements, and even ordering and payment options.


Stay home if sick. Check the Georgia Department of Public Health website for guidance and twice-daily updates on the latest number of reported COVID-19 cases.

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