Washington, District of Columbia 2020-11-12 12:35:24 –
Maryland’s restaurants and bars are crouching because they can be rough vehicles as restrictions continue to tighten.
Maryland’s restaurants and bars are crouching because they can be rough vehicles as restrictions continue to tighten. On Tuesday, Governor Larry Hogan rolled back the restaurant’s indoor capacity to 50%.
Outside the Irish in at Glen Echo, there is a patio chair where rain drips in an empty parking space.
“What we see outside keeps us alive,” said manager Frank Casadi.
Irish Inn relies heavily on good weather, as restaurant capacity is further limited to 25% in Montgomery County.
“It’s daily. It’s weekly. And it’s very difficult. For example, Thanksgiving is approaching now. Thanksgiving is one of the busiest days of the year and we know where to go. “No,” said Casadi.
This is a question that many restaurant owners share as they head towards another traditional money-making holiday that they need to get the most out of.
“We know we’re doing our best and trying our best, and everything is going well, so I think it’s okay if we can manage to survive the winter. “
Restaurants throughout the region need to be creative by making outdoor spaces work for their customers as the temperature cools.
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