7 Ways Restaurants Get Creative in Putting Social Distancing into Play
Cardboard cutouts of people at empty tables
According to authorities, in Sydney, Australia, the government allowed restaurants to reopen, but the condition is that each restaurant should not have more than 10 customers.
So, Frank Angeletta, owner of Five Dock Dining, didn’t want his guests to feel uncomfortable at the restaurant so that he added cardboard cutouts of people at empty tables.
In this way, not only will they re-create the old days when there was no pandemic, but people do not feel like they are eating in an empty room.