Should Socially Distant Dining Remain a Thing, Even After the Pandemic?

Since coronavirus struck, many restaurants have implemented safety measures in order to comply with social distancing orders | Photo credit: Alex Gonzalez

Pre-pandemic, I would frequently attend media dinners for new restaurants opening in the city. I am a food writer (not a food critic) in Dallas and I often write first-look articles on restaurants, as well as backstories on notable chefs and articles on where to find good deals in the metroplex. Prior to COVID-19, if I weren’t visiting a restaurant anonymously, I…

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UNT Alumnus | 26 | Lover of music, food, baseball, dogs and world cultures | Curator of incredibly dope playlists

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