Hemet Valley restaurants continue to offer limited outdoor service due to coronavirus

A server at Abby’s Restaurant in Valle Vista answers a question from a diner who is seated outside the restaurant to comply with state orders against indoor dining due to the Riverside County’s recent surge in coronavirus cases. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
Many Hemet Valley restaurants offering dine-in service are working hard to adjust to California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders to serve customers outdoors only due to the rise in Riverside County coronavirus infections. While some are offering outside dining options, many restaurants remain open offering take-out service if the ability to provide sit-down service is not an optionCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the change Monday, July 20, during a news conference.Area restaurants have struggled to find ways to offer their services outdoors without disrupting pedestrian or motor traffic, while maintaining required city business codes and federal, state and county health requirements.For some restaurants, which have offered dine-in services since their reopening in the past few
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