List of Cincinnati restaurants, masked venues, vaccination requirements

As Delta variant cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Ohio and across the country, more and more places are increasing their restrictions: either through newly issued mask mandates or with vaccine requirements.

That is also the case in the greater Cincinnati area. Here is a list of restaurants, business and entertainment venues that recently added masking and / or vaccination requirements.

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Entertainment options

Both from Wednesday MOTR Pub and The Woodward Theater requires all guests and staff to have either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test performed within the last 72 hours.

Paper copies, photocopies or digital photos of vaccination cards or negative tests are allowed for entry.

Memorial hall began requiring all customers, employees, contractors, vendors, and volunteers to wear masks while at work or attending a public event on August 16.

Live on the riverside requires either a negative COVID-19 test or full vaccination for all indoor and outdoor shows.

Aronoff Center for the arts Mask requirement for participation in an event regardless of vaccination status. Specific health and safety protocols for each event will be communicated to ticket holders prior to the performance.

Starting in October, Music & Event Management Inc. will require either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result before every concert. MEMI operates the Downtown Taft Theater, Riverbend Music Center and PNC pavilion in the Anderson parish, Andrew J. Brady Icon Music Center and Icon Festival Stage in Smale Riverfront Park at The Banks.

Restaurants

A mask mandate for Dutch In Hyde Park, employees and customers who dine indoors must wear masks regardless of their vaccination status. The restaurant also reserved bar seats for vaccinated people. The decision was due to the increasing number of cases, said owner Rachael Bernstein. She and her husband Brad Bernstein also own red featherthat has the same mask requirements.

Two northside bars: The small field and Second place, only offer food indoors to fully vaccinated customers. Both bars have the same owner and Second Place can also ask for proof of vaccination.

Early August that Listing loon Posted on social media that customers should not dine in the wine bar if they are not fully vaccinated.

In Montgomery, Bones’ burger The wearing of masks for employees was reintroduced in July. Guests are not required to wear a mask in the restaurant.

Do you know of any other restaurants or businesses in the greater Cincinnati area that require a mask or vaccination? Contact Emily DeLetter, trending news reporter at [email protected]

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