Are bars allowed to open in Delhi?
Now restaurants and bars can stay open till 1am while there is no specific timing for markets. However, restaurants and bars will have to cap the seating at 50%. Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a tweet in Hindi: “Due to corona, markets in Delhi were till now allowed to operate till 8pm.
When bars will reopen in Delhi?
Last week, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal announced that restaurants in Delhi will be allowed to reopen from June 14 for dining with 50% capacity. In the first week of reopening, restaurants were allowed to remain open till 8pm and bars remained shut.
Are bars serving alcohol in Delhi?
According to the order issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority, starting Monday, bars have been allowed to open and restaurants can serve alcohol. Both bars and restaurants have to operate at 50% capacity. “Bars are allowed up to 50% seating capacity from noon to 10 pm.
Which restaurants are open in Delhi?
NEW DELHI: The owners of food and beverage businesses in the national capital breathed easier on Saturday as the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) extended the opening hours for restaurants and bars. … The restaurants and bars were allowed to reopen with 50 per cent seating capacity from June 21.
Are restaurants open in Delhi during lockdown?
Restaurants and malls have also reopened in Delhi’s satellite cities – Noida and Ghaziabad – as part of the easing of restrictions in Uttar Pradesh. All such establishments will be allowed to function from 7 AM to 9 PM. However, the weekend lockdown will continue from 9 PM on Friday to 7 AM on Monday.
Are restaurants open on weekends in Delhi?
After more than a month of reopening with 50% occupancy, restaurants and bars in Noida finally got some relief as they are now allowed to remain open on Saturdays. However, they are still allowed to remain open only till 10pm and will remain closed on Sundays.