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9 Things You'll Never Be Allowed to Do in Restaurants Again

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Olivia Tarantino of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 10: It's Friday night. After a long week, it's a welcome change of pace to take your family out to dinner at your favorite restaurant in town. In a post-coronavirus world, that night out is going to look a little bit different than what you're used to.As you walk up to the restaurant, you pass by the same curbside pickup table you go to on weeknights to get your food. Once inside, you're met by a hostess wearing a facemask and standing behind a plexiglass divider, who directs you to your table. There, only half the tables will be full.This is what the new dining normal will looks like, and your normal restaurant routine will diverge even more when it comes to what you can do once inside. If you want to know what your sit-down experience will look like as restaurants reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, keep reading. Then, sign up for our newsletter to get the latest COVID-19 food news delivered straight to your inbox.

9 Things You'll Never Be Allowed to Do in Restaurants Again

It's Friday night. After a long week, it's a welcome change of pace to take your family out to dinner at your favorite restaurant in town. In a post-coronavirus world, that night out is going to look a little bit different than what you're used to.

As you walk up to the restaurant, you pass by the same curbside pickup table you go to on weeknights to get your food. Once inside, you're met by a hostess wearing a facemask and standing behind a plexiglass divider, who directs you to your table. There, only half the tables will be full.

This is what the new dining normal will looks like, and your normal restaurant routine will diverge even more when it comes to what you can do once inside. If you want to know what your sit-down experience will look like as restaurants reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, keep reading. Then, sign up for our newsletter to get the latest COVID-19 food news delivered straight to your inbox.

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