New rules slam local eateries

Outdoor dining banned as daily virus cases hit record levels


TAKE OUT—Patrons on the grounds outside Stonehaus. The restaurant discontinued its outdoor service. JOHN LOESING/Acorn Newspapers

A revised Los Angeles County stay-at-home order went into effect Monday, a follow-up to last week’s prohibition on outdoor dining that closed restaurant patio service for a second time since the pandemic began.

Restaurants in the western county cities of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village—where the pandemic isn’t as severe as in other parts of the county—feel the...

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