One of our favorite former
Still, as local revenues take a deep dive, the effort to help the restaurant biz continues . . .
From a lesser blog . . .
The city’s restaurants are currently only allowed to serve patrons at tables spaced 10 feet apart, and they must follow a host of other safety standards. To boost the industry, which has suffered because of social-distancing requirements and stay-at-home orders, the city may let restaurants expand outdoors to serve more customers.
Last week, Mayor Quinton Lucas, Councilwoman Andrea Bough and Councilman Eric Bunch introduced three pieces of legislation that would allow restaurants to apply for temporary permits to run street cafes or “parklets.”
And all of this begs the question . . .
GIVEN THE EPIC ECONOMIC HIT AND CONTINUED DANGER OF CORONAVIRUS . . . IS EATING OUT STILL AN OPTION FOR MOST KANSAS CITY RESIDENTS???
Moreover . . .
THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ARE GREAT BUT HASN'T CORONAVIRUS TAKEN THE FUN OUT OF EATING OUT IN 2020?!?
Honestly, would like to know what other people think about the future of going to restaurants in the near future as fine dining might be a luxury and a risk that most will avoid in the foreseeable future.
You decide . . .