In the final weeks of the pandemic, you were always able to suffocate, cover, disperse, cut and / or garnish your hash browns – but you just couldn’t sit in the Waffle house to enjoy.
It changes on Monday.
The popular chain has 330 restaurants that have remained open in Georgia out of about 400 restaurants in the state, said Njeri Boss, director of public relations for Waffle House. And in these 330 restaurants, she said, customers are only allowed to use the take-out service for the past few weeks, and more recently delivery via Waffle House’s partnership with Postmates, a delivery service. request.
“(Monday) open stores will add another option for customers when we begin to offer a limited restaurant service that incorporates the requirements listed by Governor Brian Kemp in his most recent decree,” said Boss.
Kemp’s latest order requires restaurants to adhere to 39 guidelines, including screening employees for signs of illness, requiring all employees to wear face covers at all times and limiting the ability to no more than 10 customers per 500 square feet. The size of table parties is limited to a maximum of six.
– Please come back to AJC.com on Monday for updates on the big day in Georgia restaurants.
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