The pandemic has had a major impact on the restaurant industry, most notabley having patrons dine on the patio.
Although if you've enjoyed eating outside, you'll like this big change that could be coming to Los Angeles.
City Councilman David Ryu created the L.A. Al Fresco program back in May that allowed restaurants to operate outdoors during the pandemic and now he's looking to make it permanent, according to ABC 7.
"Los Angeles has an opportunity to reimagine the ways that we use our city streets and support our local businesses," Ryu said "Now is the time to think about how we want our city to emerge from this pandemic, and this is one way we can emerge better than before."
Would you be in favor of your favorite restaurant moving to outdoor dining only?