Archive for the ‘Dining’ Category

Enjoy great Mexican food at Celia’s just not on July 4th so their staff can celebrate the holiday, too

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

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All aboard for outdoor dining at The Red Caboose in Antioch

Wednesday, June 10th, 2020

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Contra Costa’s updated Road Ahead includes indoor religious services, bars to reopen July 1st

Monday, June 8th, 2020

According to Kim McCarl, the county health services communications assistant, the “guidelines will be the same as the state’s”. No word on if the requirement to create lists of the names and contact information of all attendees to be given to the county upon demand will still be included. (See related article)

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Issarap now offering fresh coffee in Antioch’s historic downtown Rivertown

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Visit www.facebook.com/issarap2020 for more information.

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More reopening in Contra Costa effective Friday at 5 p.m. – outdoor dining, pools, religious services with strict limits

Friday, June 5th, 2020

From Contra Costa Health Services

Contra Costa County residents may again enjoy outdoor swimming pools, outdoor seating at restaurants and dog parks under a new health officer order released today.

The order, effective 5 p.m. today, also allows for outdoor religious services of up to 100 people, indoor religious services of up to 12 people, use of outdoor picnic and barbecue spaces, and overnight camping for people belonging to the same household.

Because of the progress made in the fight against COVID-19, Contra Costa health officers feel confident opening additional businesses and activities. The State of California has determined that while counties can move slower than state in reopening, they cannot move more quickly. The openings announced today bring Contra Costa County in closer alignment to state guidelines. It also aligns with other Bay Area counties taking similar steps.

“We have made great progress slowing COVID-19 in our county,” said Candace Andersen, chair of the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors. “I want to offer a heartfelt thank you to all who suffered and sacrificed to follow these health orders throughout this pandemic. I know it has not been easy. But you have helped save lives.”

This order follows a modification earlier this week that allowed offices and many retail businesses to reopen and created guidance for small gatherings including people from different households.

Previous health orders requiring physical distancing and face coverings in public spaces remain in effect. Contra Costa residents should also continue to emphasize handwashing and other hygiene measures in their daily lives to reduce their risk of becoming infected.

“COVID-19 is still circulating in our community, and we need to take precautions to prevent outbreaks,” said Dr. Chris Farnitano, the county health officer. “Another way we can keep ourselves and our families safe is to get tested, even if we feel well.”

The new order includes guidance for safely conducting the newly permitted activities, including requirements for businesses. Details, including the full text of the order, are available at cchealth.org/coronavirus.

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Order your Father’s Day BBQ To Go from Lone Tree Golf & Event Center, today

Thursday, June 4th, 2020

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Sylvia’s Country Kitchen has new hours for breakfast and lunch take-out

Monday, May 11th, 2020

Visit them online at www.facebook.com/sylviascountrykitchen.

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Order Mother’s Day lunch or dinner from Smith’s Landing Seafood Grill

Saturday, May 9th, 2020

Mamas are not going to want to cook this Sunday, but we will! Open Wednesday – Sunday from 12 PM to 8 PM for takeout and curbside pickup.

We’re located at 1 Marina Plaza (foot of L Street) in Antioch. Call (925) 775-4862. Here is our limited menu – https://smithslanding.info/curbside

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