Restaurants, Food, and Beverage Providers

This page contains information for Restaurants, Food, and Beverage Providers. For additional information related to other businesses, please visit the Businesses and Employers page. For information specific to casinos, please visit Cities, Government, Reservations.


General public: to report health order violations, call  (858) 694-2900  or email . Includes reporting businesses that are open and have been ordered to close. 

Employers: to notify the County of an employee with COVID-19, call (888) 950-9905. Have following ready: employee name, date of birth, and contact information.

For guidance on reopening buildings after prolonged shutdown or reduced operation, visit this page

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  • May 12, 2020

    guidance was issued for reopening dine-in restaurants, brewpubs, craft distilleries, breweries, bars, pubs, and wineries. Click here for more information.

  • May 8, 2020

    Governor Newsom announced that the state can begin to move into Stage 2 of modifying the stay at home order. This includes reopening some lower-risk retail services (curbside only), manufacturing, and logistics businesses. Click the links for guidance about reopening and more information.


  • April 4, 2020

    guidance was issued that all employees who may have contact with the public in any grocery store, pharmacy/drug store, convenience store, gas station, restaurant or other business establishment that serves food shall wear a cloth face covering as described in the California Department of Public Health Face Covering Guidance.


  • March 19, 2020

    Governor Gavin Newsom issued a stay at home order instructing all individuals living in the State of California to stay home or at their place of residence, except as needed to maintain continuity of operations of essential critical infrastructure sectors. Businesses and organizations that provide critical infrastructure for the state are exempted, including health care and public health, public safety, food and agriculture, and media. Click here for a listing of essential businesses and organizations that may continue operations under California’s stay at home order.

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