Diners Can Now Find Restaurants’ Vaccine Requirements on OpenTable

As local regulations rapidly change due to the pandemic, diners can now utilize OpenTable to see if an individual restaurant requires COVID-19 vaccination to dine inside. See a national list of restaurants that are requiring vaccination to dine inside here.

As a part of OpenTable’s existing “Safety Precautions” feature, this new vaccine requirement option continues to allow restaurants to clearly communicate what health and safety steps they are taking in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. OpenTable aims to highlight the measures individual restaurants are taking to ease diner and worker concerns and help restaurants better serve their communities.

How it works

To see what safety precautions OpenTable restaurants are following, just visit any restaurant profile on the app or website. Scroll down to the details section of the profiles, where the full list appears under “Safety Precautions.” Safety precautions could include measures such as sanitizer or wipes provided for customers, contactless payment available, limited number of seated diners, waitstaff wearing masks, and more — and, now, that proof of vaccination is required to dine indoors.