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5 Changes You'll See When Dining Out in 2021, According to Experts

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Clara Olshansky of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 6: In the last year, there have been a lot of previously unimaginable changes to the dining out experience. Twelve months ago, we could eat indoors all across the country. We tried sips of each other's drinks, sometimes ate with our hands, and using hand sanitizer at the table was reserved for the greatest of germaphobes among us.But once the quarantine started, everything changed—many restaurants closed, and those that remained were forced to adjust, providing outdoor dining and other COVID-safe precautions.Though the vaccine rollout has started, the pandemic is far from over. Rather than reverting back to the pre-pandemic normal, restaurants are going to continue to change, finding new ways to offer COVID-safe dining experiences. Below are five of the biggest changes you're going to see in restaurants this year.For more, don't miss The Saddest Restaurant Closures In Your State.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

5 Changes You'll See When Dining Out in 2021, According to Experts

In the last year, there have been a lot of previously unimaginable changes to the dining out experience. Twelve months ago, we could eat indoors all across the country. We tried sips of each other's drinks, sometimes ate with our hands, and using hand sanitizer at the table was reserved for the greatest of germaphobes among us.

But once the quarantine started, everything changed—many restaurants closed, and those that remained were forced to adjust, providing outdoor dining and other COVID-safe precautions.

Though the vaccine rollout has started, the pandemic is far from over. Rather than reverting back to the pre-pandemic normal, restaurants are going to continue to change, finding new ways to offer COVID-safe dining experiences. Below are five of the biggest changes you're going to see in restaurants this year.

For more, don't miss The Saddest Restaurant Closures In Your State.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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