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How Do Americans Feel About Eating At Restaurants Right Now?

Melanie Wong | Jul 24, 202007:06 PM     24

" . . . With social distancing guidelines across the country in flux, the online neighborhood hub Nextdoor asked 745,000 people in the U.S. how they feel about dining in — or out. The survey, conducted in late June, showed some clear trends.

Nearly 9 in 10 respondents indicated that they’re ready to support their local restaurants in some capacity. Most just aren’t sold on indoor dining — 53 percent of respondents said they prefer outdoor seating or takeout. Furthermore, 9 percent of those surveyed said they’re sticking to delivery. But 11 percent said they’re avoiding restaurants altogether. . ."

How Do Americans Feel About Eating At Restaurants Right Now?

A new survey offers insights — plus, restaurant owners open up about enforcing mask rules and taking safety precautions

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