As the City of Anaheim, county health officials and business leaders collectively work to safely reopen Orange County, Visit Anaheim, and its cast of Uncommon Characters eagerly await welcoming you back to our city. Below you will find an up-to-date resource guide of businesses that are currently open or plan to reopen in the coming weeks.
General Safety Measures
The City of Anaheim has provided a list of enhanced measures for Anaheim businesses to implement that will ensure the safest reopening possible. These reopening guidelines include:
- Advanced staff training on coronavirus, preventing spread, who is vulnerable, physical distancing at work and on own time, proper use of face coverings, etc.
- Physical distancing measures including ensuring six feet of distance between guests, use of Plexiglass and other barriers, the use of signs to remind customers of physical distancing, etc.
- Advanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures including cleaning high-traffic areas frequently, disinfecting commonly used surfaces often, clean and sanitize shared equipment after each use and more.
Additionally, please note that the state of California does require face coverings to be worn in high-risk settings. Please visit the California Public Health Website for more information.
This list will be updated as more information becomes available, so be sure to check back often and follow Visit Anaheim on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn for additional timely community updates.
Below is a list of Anaheim restaurants that are currently open for to-go orders and may be offering outdoor dining. Prior to visiting, we strongly recommend calling the restaurant or visiting their website for more information.
Locations serving food remain open for outdoor service, if applicable, and to-go service. We strongly recommend calling ahead of time or visiting their website for more information before visiting.
Currently, shopping centers in Anaheim and Orange County remain open at 20% capacity. We recommend calling these locations directly or visiting their website for updated information, such as new safety measures and hours of operation.
With the Regional Stay at Home Order currently in effect in Orange County, hotels can only offer accommodations for essential workers or provide housing solutions to protect homeless populations.
While the Travel Advisory remains in effect ― hotels and lodging entities can not accept or honor out-of-state reservations for non-essential travel unless the reservation is for at least the minimum time period required for quarantine. All individuals identified in the reservation will need to quarantine in the hotel until that period has expired.
Additionally, in-state reservations for non-essential travel will not be honored or accepted.