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When Will You Be Ready to Dine at Philly Restaurants Again?

Take this survey to let us know your thoughts on returning to restaurants and bars

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The Love near Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia
Rebecca McAlpin

Now that Pennsylvania is starting to talk about when restaurants will reopen for dine-in service, it’s up to customers to decide when they will feel comfortable sitting in a restaurant or bar.

Currently, Philly is in the red phase of the state’s three-phase reopening plan. When the city and surrounding suburbs reach the yellow phase, possibly on June 5, outdoor dining will be permitted — with several restrictions. Looking ahead to the green phase, indoor dining will resume, but restaurants will be limited to 50-percent capacity.

Eater Philly wants to hear from you about when you’ll feel comfortable dining out at restaurants again. Share your thoughts with this survey, which includes questions about returning to dining rooms, outdoor eating, seating arrangements, COVID-19 safety protocols, and ordering and payment options you’d like offered at restaurants.

*Please click the survey link if you’re unable to view the form below.

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