COVID-19 has turned the restaurant industry completely on its head over the last four months, and unfortunately, these effects likely will not be short-term.
States across the nation are in different stages of reopening. In places like Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, indoor dining has become a reality again. The New York Metro area is limited to outdoor dining only, and Texas is closing bars and reducing restaurant occupancy as cases spike. No matter what stage of reopening a restaurant falls within, the reality is, there are complicated guidelines and restrictions in place that businesses must follow to remain open…. Read More »