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Restaurant Dining


 I dined in a restaurant last week for the first time in a year. It was a really nice experience and something I’ve truly missed. Restaurants just started serving indoors again recently in California. Capacity is limited to 50% right now so the restaurants I’ve been to have not been crowded. I do see some smaller restaurants ignoring the rules and packing every table. I won’t eat at those places. I’ve had both Pfizer shots so I feel comfortable eating in restaurants that adhere to the 50% rule.

What has been your experience with restaurant dining?



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No issues out here in flyover country. The more "progressive" restaurants are still limiting capacity, but others are filling 'em to the brim. Until we got fully vaccinated, we avoided the busier ones. Nonetheless, we live in a fairly low density area so unless you go out on Friday/Saturday night or Sunday "after church", it's rare to see any restaurants filled to capacity.

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Hello, I can suggest to you a couple of places you definetly should visit if you are planning to visit some restaurants here in Orlando, especially if you are looking for a good party venue. In our city, you can find various birthday party venues in Orlando. Still, if you are looking for a restaurant that accepts people even without vaccines and has a pretty easy set of ani covid rules, I suggest you visit these guys https://opaorlando.com/event-venue/party-venue/. I often visit this place, and they got awesome service. If you get any questions regarding their menu, let me know.



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