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      Grand Rapids Social Zones

      Outdoor Dining, Shopping, Fitness & Fun

      Grand Rapids is going all out to support local businesses and help visitors maintain social distance. Social zones allow restaurants, breweries, retailers, gyms and other providers to serve customers in outdoor public spaces – streets, sidewalks, parks and parking lots that have been transformed into open-air marketplaces.

      Prioritizing Health of Businesses & Customers

      With COVID-19 restrictions limiting the number of people who can gather inside a business, social zones expand the space available for visitors to dine, shop, exercise and more. More space makes it easier to maintain the six-foot distance health authorities recommend to combat the spread of the virus. Plus, evidence is mounting that the virus may not transmit as easily outdoors, and zones will be equipped with hand sanitizer stations to help reduce the risk of surface transmission. Visitors are still required to wear masks when not eating or drinking!

      What to Expect

      Each zone is different because the businesses surrounding it are different. All zones include tables and chairs – spaced at least six feet apart – where patrons can eat takeout meals and drink alcohol in sealed containers purchased from nearby restaurants. Retailers can display their goods in sidewalk-sale fashion. Gyms and exercise studios might conduct classes, there may be live music to enjoy and games to play … all out in the fresh, open air.

      Downtown Social Zones

      More than 170 restaurants, breweries, coffee shops, retail shops and service establishments are eligible to participate in four downtown zones. Following is an overview of current zone utilization. Additional seating and amenities may be announced at any time – we’ll update this page as necessary.

      Monroe North

      Bound by the Grand River to the west, Ionia Avenue to the east, Leonard Street to the north and I-196 to the south, the Monroe North Zone currently features restaurant-specific seating for

      Bridge Street 

      This social zone encompasses the city’s newest entertainment district, Bridge Street west from Seward Avenue to the Grand River. It offers restaurant-specific seating for the

      Center City 

      Monroe Center Avenue returns to its ‘80s-era incarnation as a pedestrian mall in the City Center zone, which extends roughly from I-196 north to Fulton Street south, and Winter Avenue west to Division Avenue east. There are more than 190 tables available for open and restaurant-specific seating to support the Center City’s 60+ restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Food trucks will be stationed near Rosa Parks Circle at select times. Ah-Nab-Awen Park and Calder Plaza may be used for outdoor fitness classes.

      Heartside/Ionia Ave 

      Extending from roughly Fulton street to the north, Logan Street to the south, Market Avenue to the west and Division Avenue to the east, the Heartside Zone includes restaurant-specific seating for Divani, Luna and The Pyramid Scheme, among others, plus open seating for dozens of other restaurants. Ionia Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic between Weston Street and Fulton Street from 8pm to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, increasing the space available for visitors to enjoy outdoor fare from such businesses as

      Refreshment Areas

      Now you can enjoy an adult beverage while strolling around the city. “Refreshment Areas” in select Social Zones allow patrons of participating restaurants, pubs and entertainment venues to carry an open alcoholic beverage outdoors. The drinks must be in designated containers only available from participating businesses, and patrons must stay within the boundaries of each Refreshment Area. (You cannot travel between Areas.) Refreshment Areas operate Sunday-Thursday from 7am-10pm and Friday-Saturday from 7am-midnight. Check out maps and details for Downtown, Bridge Street and Monroe North Refreshment Areas.

      Refreshment Areas FAQs

      What types of alcohol beverage can I purchase to carry around the designated Refreshment Areas?

      Beer, wine, and liquor are all allowable drinks when served in a designated container. Drinks must be purchased inside a participating business.

      Can I walk anywhere with my drink?

      No. Patrons must stay within the designated Refreshment Area boundaries. Leaving a Refreshment Area with an alcoholic beverage violates State and local law.

      Can I take my drink from the Bridge Street Refreshment Area over to the Downtown Refreshment Area or the Monroe North Refreshment Area, and vice versa?

      No. Patrons cannot carry drinks between the three designated Refreshment Areas. Drinks must be consumed and disposed of within the Refreshment Area in which they were purchased.

      Can I take my Refreshment into other businesses?

      No. Once a designated Refreshment has left the business where it was served, it must be consumed before you enter any other establishment.

      Can I take an empty designated Refreshment container into a business so I can reuse it?

      No, the only drinks allowed are those purchased from businesses participating in the Refreshment Area program. No cans, glass bottles, or outside drinks are permitted within the boundaries per State and local law.

      What local businesses are participating in the Refreshment Areas?

      There are many places where you can stop and purchase a drink to go. Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) has a complete list on their website. Check back often as many establishments are currently moving through the permit process and will be ready to serve you soon!

      Parking and Transportation

      Some street and lot parking has been eliminated to make room for seating and other amenities. Traffic routes have also been shifted in some zones. Visit the Grand Rapids City website to find the nearest available parking to each zone. You can use the free DASH bus service to travel within and between downtown social zones, which are adjacent to each other.

      Social Zones Outside Downtown

      The city has also identified additional commercial districts in neighborhoods outside downtown for outdoor space activation. That means restaurants and other businesses in these districts can work with the city to create social zones. These zones are still being developed – we’ll post updates as soon as they become available.

      Leonard Street

      The Mitten Brewing Company has opened “The Outfield,” an outdoor social zone that complements its vintage baseball theme. It’s an ideal spot to enjoy a cold beer and delicious pizza – and it’s dog-friendly!

      Uptown

      The Winchester gastropub has transformed its Wealthy Street parking lot into a summer oasis complete with socially distanced picnic tables, greenery and magical nighttime lighting. Other Wealthy Street restaurants within two blocks of The Winchester also offer outdoor seating: Donkey Taqueria, Elk Brewing, Outside Coffee, Royals and Zivio.

      Alpine

      Amore Trattoria Italiana has created a spacious dining patio in a portion of its parking lot, just 15 minutes north of downtown Grand Rapids. Now you can enjoy the award-winning restaurant’s homemade Italian fare al fresco!

      Pets Welcome

      These are public spaces, so pets on leashes are allowed. Individual restaurants might not allow non-service animals in their outdoor dining spaces – please check first.

      Here's What You Need to Know About Grand Rapids' Social Zones

      One bright note during the pandemic has been watching our city’s people and businesses pull together to help one another. To that end, the City of Grand Rapids and Downtown Grand Rapids, Inc. partner

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