North Carolina N.C. June 1: ... Gov. Restaurants across North Carolina must close dining rooms at 10 p.m. and end on-site alcohol consumption at 9 p.m. beginning Friday, Dec. 11. Click the map to see whether restaurants are allowed to be open for dining (indoors and out), or whether delivery and takeout are still the norm. Gov. Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina restaurants and bars will be closed to sit-down service and limited to take-out or delivery orders starting at 5 pm tonight, March 17, 2020. Grocery stores, gas stations, and convenience stores, are exempt from this order and will remain open, though they may not serve sit-down food. More customers will be allowed into restaurants, bars, retail stores, gyms and other businesses as North Carolina once again eases its restrictions designed to … Bars and restaurants in downtown Raleigh saw more crowds as some COVID-19 restrictions were lifted Friday evening. Starting March 1, the state lifted curfew restrictions for bars and restaurants; these establishments can now sell alcohol after 11 pm and continue to operate at full capacity. ... South Carolina is wide open. COVID-19 coronavirus resources, including information about restrictions, reopening schools, unemployment and how to get help from North Carolina state government. — More businesses are now able to hold more customers and visitors across the state of North Carolina, with many coronavirus restrictions lifted or updated Friday evening. Author: Kendall Morris Published: 5:51 PM EDT May 10, 2021 ... Open for indoor dining with restrictions. Effective March 26, South Carolina eased restrictions for bars and restaurants and created three categories of occupancy restrictions: 50% capacity, 75% capacity, and 100%. No beach restrictions and all restaurant and bar restrictions have been lifted. John Carney, a Democrat, announced that the state will lift restrictions on indoor dining, houses of worship … Roy Cooper announced on Tuesday that he will begin easing some COVID-19 restrictions later this week, when his current version of North Carolina’s stay-at-home order expires. Bars and restaurants can be open again until 2 A.M. in North Carolina With restrictions lifted, restaurants and bars can stay open later By Russell Clark | March 26, 2021 at 11:00 PM EDT - Updated March 26 at 11:41 PM North Carolina . Restrictions keep restaurants from doing what they were built at great cost to do, Cressend said. Last updated May 10, 2021 at 3:57pm Dine-in with restrictions North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is expected to lift all capacity and social distancing restrictions on businesses on June 1.