Governor Greg Abbott said that some Texas businesses will be able to reopen on Friday, May 1, and restaurants were one of them.

All Texas retail stores, movie theaters, malls and restaurants will be able to open their doors again starting on Friday, but they’ll only be able to maintain up to 25% occupancy, Gov. Abbott announced on Monday, April 27.

Here’s which restaurants in the Austin area will reopen for dine-in:

Restaurants must have disposable menus and employees have to serve customers at buffets. No more than six people can sit together at a table, and tables must be at least six feet apart, Governor Abbott said.

Many Austin restaurants are not ready to open and you can find a list of places that have shifted gears and are selling grocery items or offering to go options, here.


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