Month July 2020

How COVID-19 Will Change Dining Forever

How COVID-19 Will Change Dining Forever

Quite possibly the biggest impact on restaurants and the restaurant industry has been the sudden appearance of COVID-19. It’s had an immediate impact on the restaurant and the service industry and the effects will be more than short-term.
Your dining experience will be changed forever in a world post-COVID-19. The way you order food, the methods in which it’s handled, and the interaction you have with restaurant staff will be different than it was before. Here’s just some ways COVID-19 will change dining.

Resources to Find Out If Your Favorite Restaurant Is Open For Dining In

7 Resources to Find Out If Your Favorite Restaurant Is Open For Dining In

As coronavirus restrictions begin to ease, more and more restaurants are starting to reopen to the public. Instead of settling for take-out options, customers can choose to dine in the restaurant.
However, every restaurant differs, by its size, financial income, and amount of customers it can serve. It also varies by state and region as well. It can often be confusing to figure out who’s open right now for dining in and who is still closed. Here’s seven ways you can check online to see if your favourite restaurant is open for dining in.

A List of States Where Dining In Is Allowed

A List of States Where Dining In Is Allowed

With coronavirus restrictions easing around the United States, the restaurant industry is slowly coming back to life. People want to go back to their favourite restaurants and gather together to share a meal.
But the rules and restrictions around COVID-19 can be unclear at times. As of the time of writing, all states have allowed restaurants to open their dine in services, meaning customers can sit in a restaurant and enjoy their meals.

COVID-19 Eating Fails

10 COVID-19 Eating Fails

The world has changed from coronavirus, and with people urged to stay at home, there’s been a huge rise in at-home cooking.
For some people, this means changing their diet to more homemade recipes, trying out old family recipes, or honing in on their cooking skills. For others, it’s a test to not burn down the kitchen. Here are just some of the many eating and cooking fails from Twitter.