While we still have a long way to go in terms of opening the public back up during these times, Philly is taking a step in that direction today.
Starting today, Tuesday, September 8th, indoor dining will now be available in the city, but as expected there will be restrictions as to what is and is not allowed. Dining will be allowed, but only up to 25% of the restaurants capacity and there will be only up to 4 allowed at each table.
Tables must also be 6 feet apart or have an physical barriers in between, which will also be installed in kitchens, cash registers, host stands and food pickup areas. Masks will obviously be required amongst servers, as well as patrons arriving to and walking around inside the establishment.
There may be restrictions but this is a chance to get back to "normalcy" in a way, heading back to the restaurants we love, while an helping an industry that took a big hit during the outbreak.
More info can be found at 6abc.com