0 people !!! Or not many people will bother dining out with a time limit of an hr to eat, people go out for more than eating, socializing, etc. it’s not worth it staffing wise for a lot of venues due to size etc, can’t expect a few staff to monitor a whole venue no matter how many clientele. In Europe and possibly the USA?, the local council is allowing the use of parks and parking spots for expansion of the service area. From my understanding many years ago, Melbourne councils charged shops a fee for the number of parking spots in front of their premises. This would allow additional tables with social distancing in place for many business models. It might even make the difference with regard to viability.
I used to work in hospitality for years for some of the best hotels and fine dining restaurants in Australia and I can guarantee you it’s not as simple as that if you work in that industry you would know, on Saturdays most of us were on $30 minimum an hr that was the lowest in the kitchen look at that with 5 staff members in the kitchen, an hr by 10 customers, food costing electricity, etc just wasn’t worth on quiet days, which 10 people in an hr in hospitality is considered very quiet for big places like pubs, restaurants, etc.
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