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‘DINE OUT DOWNTOWN’ OFFERING AL FRESCO DINING TO UKIAH RESIDENTS TOMORROW THROUGH SATURDAY

Ukiah Valley residents will get the opportunity to experience an al fresco, outdoor dining experience for the next two weekends with Ukiah Valley Networking Agency, Visit Mendocino and Greater Ukiah Chamber of Commerce’s event “Dine Out Downtown.” From 6:00-9:00 pm Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, the 100 block of North School Street will be shut down to traffic to allow the public to purchase food to go from Oco-Time, the Ukiah Brewing Company, Cultivo or other local restaurants and enjoy their meals sitting at physically-distanced outdoor dining. 

Ukiah City Councilwoman Mo Mulheren helped organize the event after she noticed how “local restaurants are so overwhelmed with all of the recent changes.” 

Mulheren already had tables and chairs so she got a permit from the city to host the event and looks forward to the public coming out and supporting local business. She explained that diners could “sit at tables, enjoy their cocktails, and enjoy space to dine safely.”

This block of School Street will be closed to traffic to allow diners an al-fresco dining experience [Photograph provided by Mo Mulheren]

Check out the event’s Facebook page for more details on the dining experience.

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  1. Yes Perkins & Orchard intersection is not working. If you are headed south on Orchard and want to make a left turn by McDonalds you will have a long wait. Choose a different plan.

  2. Ukiah City Councilwoman Mo Mulheren helped organize the event after she noticed how “local restaurants are so overwhelmed with all of the recent changes.” … HELPED but taking full credit and will probably do a Political Photo Op as well…so typical! Does she take her cues from POTUS?

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