Restaurant deals with the rona by putting each table inside its own 'quarantine greenhouse'

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During this awkward stage of the pandemic where some businesses are starting to reopen but no one knows how safe that really is, here’s a restaurant in Amsterdam experimenting with a trial model. Mediamatic ETEN, a vegan restaurant, has added small greenhouses so that diners can eat while safely (supposedly) social distancing. The staff, who wear face guards, bring the food on long boards so that they don’t have to enter the greenhouse while serving food and drinks. In this trial stage they are only inviting staff friends and family to dine, and all of their bookings are sold out.





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