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1 hour ago, melthebell said:

I work in a bar, small shop, cafe, restaurant , visitor attraction in whitby. we are planning on opening on saturday, we are going in weds - fri to prepare, its going to be horrible trying to enforce social distancing and visitor numbers.

Also from what i've read you need to ask before using the toilet?  you cant sit with people from outside your "bubble", a lot of places you cant drink without food, and have a 2 hr time limit?

get used to it, its the new normal


the new normal?

will last less than a month.

the old normal  was  good enough for most of us.

 

 

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The other day I read about a bar in central Manchester that was intending to open at 00:01 on the 4th of July.  I'm surprised I've not read about any pub or bar in Sheffield, jumping on the same bandwagon? 

 

On a slightly separate note, the landlord of the Frog & Parrot was saying this morning that taking COVID-19 out of the occasion & looking forward, people might get used to the practices introduced & very much like most of continental Europe, people might get used to walking into a pub / bar & immediately sitting at a table & then have waiter service throughout? 

 

You'd certainly need more staff so I'm guessing that the cost of a night out would go up? 

 

How it would go down in the Hen & Chickens, I don't know?  😁

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3 minutes ago, Easy livin said:


will last less than a month.

till the pubs and bars go bust

 

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I quite like the idea of waiter service,it works well abroad,saves carrying drinks, saves waiting at the bar,sounds good to me

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29 minutes ago, bassett one said:

I quite like the idea of waiter service,it works well abroad,saves carrying drinks, saves waiting at the bar,sounds good to me

putting yer hand up to go to the toilet?

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it will go back to normal within 1 month as it is its unworkable and not profitable.

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45 minutes ago, melthebell said:

putting yer hand up to go to the toilet?

If it's anything like some of the pubs I went to back in the day, you could probably just go where you are.

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1 hour ago, melthebell said:

putting yer hand up to go to the toilet?

Presumably the toilets will have to be cleaned every time someone has used them?

 

That's going to slow usage down a bit? 

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I like going to see live bands at places like The Greystones and The Millstone but I can't see that being possible for a long time if ever.

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6 hours ago, Baron99 said:

How it would go down in the Hen & Chickens, I don't know?  😁

Brilliant!! Couldn't they let them run up a tab and pay at the end, ha, ha!!!

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3 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

If it's anything like some of the pubs I went to back in the day, you could probably just go where you are.

Wetherspoons???

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Just heard the manager of the Sheaf View at Heeley on Radio Sheffield's news state that they definitely WON'T be opening this Saturday & they will remain closed until they can work out how to operate within the COVID-19 regulations as they consider the safety of their staff & customers to be paramount. 

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