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BEST necessary adaptation: Options for eating at restaurants

From our BEST 2020 feature:

BEST necessary adaptation: Options for eating at restaurants

Restaurants have been through a lot this year, having to adjust their entire business to include better carryout processes and COVID prevention measures. A lot of restaurants are doing a great job wearing masks, having designated curbside parking spots, and packaging carryout to keep the food tasting warm, even after a drive home. The Bread Company made a huge shift from cozy indoor dining to window service. Focused on the safety of their staff and patrons, The Bread Company closed for many months this year and re-opened with a smaller menu and renovated their space to upgrade the window for outside ordering. Hamilton Walker’s has made the best adaptation by updating their HVAC system, offering raw cuts of meat for customers to cook at home, hosting virtual wine tastings, and making fancy carryout cocktails. Lots of places have really stepped up the curbside game and safety measures. Black Dog consistently provides a safe dinner: offering ample curbside parking, a large, heated four seasons porch, and delivery by Black Dog staff. (Alyssa Buckley)

Top image by Alyssa Buckley.

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