How the return to indoor dining went for Metro Detroit restaurants
DETROIT – Studies show that eating at restaurants is a high-risk activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Depending on the restaurant, some required temperature checks, contact tracing sign-in sheets and even implemented time limits at tables. Restaurants like Green Dot Stables went from having 14 tables to just having four tables. We’re very adamant about that, very strict, following all the rules,” Teknos said. But in the meantime, they said their customers get it and are very understanding of this new form of indoor dining.