California Governor Says No More Nobu for Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Many California counties are rolling back their re-openings.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner's beloved sushi spot, Nobu, may have to wait to see the Jenner sisters again. The restaurant, which is a celebrity hotspot and, apparently, Kris Jenner's favorite, along with all restaurants across the state of California, will have to cease indoor dining because of Governor Gavin Newsom's new mandates to control the spread of the coronavirus. Kendall was spotted there as recently as July 12. While she was wearing a mask and the restaurant was, at the time, open for indoor dining, Los Angeles County has been under a stay-home order.
Jenner was with Fai Khadra and "a few" friends, according to Elle, and presumably, the whole group was sitting outside. However, unless they're all living together, the group is still going against recommendations from the state, which say that individuals should avoid social gatherings with people from multiple households. And if those gatherings do happen, masks are supposed to be in play, which is tough when you're enjoying sushi at Nobu. If the Jenners need their Nobu fix, however, grabbing takeout is in keeping with Newsom's new announcement.
In addition to in-restaurant dining, Newsome stated that bars, movie theaters, zoos, and other businesses in across the state needed to close for the time being. Gyms, salons, and places of worship are being closed in 30 counties that are reporting spikes in coronavirus.
The Jenners seem to be indulging in COVID-fatigue-induced wanderlust. Back in April, Kendall was spotted in Sedona, Arizona, with NBA player Devin Booker.
"Kendall and friends have a small social circle amongst the group, who have been following the same social distancing and physical distancing guidelines," a source told TMZ. "Devin is a friend and is part of the small group. They took a road trip for some much-needed air."
Just last week, the sisters were seen at the Amangiri Resort in Utah with a group of friends.