Posted: May 19, 2020
From mannequins at the tables to pool noodles on your hat, restaurants are finding ingenious ways to keep customers safe
The Netherlands: greenhouses
Mediamatic, a canal-side restaurant in Amsterdam, has erected entirely separate glass structures like mini-greenhouses inside which diners can eat, while being served by waiting staff in masks and gloves who remain outside. Food is delivered on long wooden boards.
Virginia, US: mannequins
“They never complain about anything, and you can have lots of fun dressing them up.” Now the chef at The Inn at Little Washington, Patrick O’Connell, has another use for mannequins: tools for social distancing. When he reopens, he will install several in his restaurant as a way of keeping to the state’s 50% capacity rule.
Germany: pool noodles
When it reopened last week the Cafe & Konditorei Rothe in Schwerin asked customers to wear straw hats with two swimming noodles attached to the top. The floats – more usually seen as swimming aids for children – were intended as a means of creating a zone of personal space for each customer.
Source and complete article: The Guardian
May 17, 2020
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