Mayor Marty Walsh announced on Monday that Boston restaurants will soon be bringing back outdoor dining.
Starting on April 1, or as soon as the weather permits, city restaurants will be allowed to begin their outdoor dining programs. “Outdoor dining was one of the bright spots of this experience last summer and fall. We worked together to create safe and accessible conditions on both public and private space,” wrote Mayor Marty Walsh on Twitter.
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The program brought much-needed vitality back to our streets and small businesses. We are bringing it back for 2021, starting on April 1, or as soon as the weather permits it.— Mayor Marty Walsh (@marty_walsh) March 1, 2021
Outdoor dining for restaurants in the City of Boston will begin on April 1, or earlier if weather permits, and will end on December 1, weather permitting.— Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) March 1, 2021
The outdoor dining pilot program will continue this year, streamlining permitting and allowing outdoor patios on roadways. pic.twitter.com/DqJlkKOSdP