See Broomall, Newtown Square Restaurants Offering Indoor Dining

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MARPLE-NEWTOWN, PA — On Monday, the temporary COVID-19 restrictions put into place last month in Pennsylvania expired. That means that local restaurants may once again offer indoor dining.

The rules that were in place before the restrictions — which Gov. Tom Wolf announced as the number of new coronavirus cases was soaring throughout the state — are in place again. Restaurants that have certified they're following other COVID guidelines may operate their dining rooms at 50 percent capacity.

Masks are required for employees and for customers when they are not at their tables.

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In Broomall and Newtown Square, many restaurants have opened their dining rooms back up, while others are maintaining their takeout and delivery approach. The following are a few of the restaurants who have publicly announced their dining rooms are open again.

Patch will be updating this article with more information. Let us know of any other Broomall or Newtown Square restaurants offering indoor dining in the comments or email Max.Bennett@patch.com.

  • Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers — 2084 Sproul Road, Broomall

  • Apple Walnut Cafe — 2924 West Chester Pike, Broomall

  • Charlotte's Restaurant — 3207 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square

  • Fresco Pizza Grill — 228 S. Newtown Street Road, Newtown Square

  • Fellini Cafe — 3541 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square

  • Firepoint Grill — 3739 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square

This article originally appeared on the Marple Newtown Patch

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