Not being able to open their dining rooms because of the COVID-19 pandemic has been rough for restaurants. But with Gov. Laura Kelly’s three-phase plan to reopen Kansas in place, many restaurants sighed in relief when they could open for dine-in starting May 4.
During this Phase One, restaurants are able to allow customers in their dining areas. Maximum capacity is 10 with a social distance of 6 feet between tables.
Leo Vargas-Garcia, general manager at El Charro Mexican Restaurant, said the last six weeks have been a challenge.
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