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Central Coast Restaurant Guide: Hours, menus and services offered by area restaurants and bars

Central Coast Restaurant Guide: Hours, menus and services offered by area restaurants and bars

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We are putting together a list of area restaurants, bars and other businesses that have been impacted by the coronavirus restrictions — bans on all unnecessary gatherings; restaurants closed to dine-in patrons. If you are the owner or manager of such a business, please fill out our online form we'd like to share your information and what you're offering. Your business will be contacted for fact-checking before you are added to the guide.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE ONLINE FORM 

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