BOONTON — On June 3, Governor Phil Murphy issued Executive Order 150 which permits restaurants, bars, and other food or beverage establishments to provide in-person service at designated outdoor areas (“Outdoor Dining Area”) for food and/or beverage consumption (“Outdoor Dining”) subject to certain conditions effective Monday, June 15. (Click here to download Executive Order 150).
Indoor dining has yet to be allowed, as the disease spreads more easily in confined spaces, according to Murphy. A week before the announcement, The New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association started the #OpenOutsideDining campaign, asking people to tweet, email, call and Instagram message Murphy and urge him to lift the ban on outdoor dining so restaurants could begin serving again.
Limit seating to a maximum of eight customers per table and arrange seating to achieve a minimum distance of 6 feet between parties. It is highly suggested to call the restaurant and make a reservation.
“At Boonton Station 1904, it is our mission to provide the safest and most socially responsible food service possible, with the same care and attention to detail you have always known us for,” said Ro Caruso, General Manager.
By Reservation only at this time. Call to Reserve or Place an Order (973) 917-4500. Takeout Still Available.
Boonton Station is serving lunch from 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. and dinner seven Nights a week.
Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, with the cooperation of Morris Focus, has published a free WHAT’S OPEN for businesses to promote their business during these times. Many area restaurants list their hours, delivery services, and whether they have outdoor dining. To view WHAT’S OPEN, click here.
If you are a local business, click here to list your business.