S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster lifted restrictions on restaurants amid the coronavirus crisis on Monday, allowing several restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area to open their doors to the public.
Part of the lifted restrictions deals with how restaurants can operate, allowing outdoor dining services with social distancing guidelines. Until further notice, bars and dine-in services at restaurants are still prohibited.
Restaurants opening back up will need to space tables for outdoor seating at least eight feet apart, and seat no more than eight people per table. Groups will not be allowed to gather in the building when entering or exiting outdoor seating areas, including in lines or queues for take-out options. Additionally, all tables, chairs, and seats must be sanitized after every customer is finished using them, and social and physical distancing guidelines should be followed by staff.
MyrtleBeachOnline will be updating their list of open restaurants here, so check-in or hit social media to see if your favorite local spot has opened back up.