Pennsylvania restaurants and bars increase indoor capacity

first_imgBingham’s Restaurant has opened up more sections and added more tables for indoors and outdoors seating.  Restaurants and bars are not able to sell alcohol after 10 p.m. and must continue to follow all COVID-19 guidelines. KINGSLEY, Pa. (WBNG) — Starting Monday, restaurants and bars can increase indoor capacity to 50 percent. Dave Scarpetta, owner of Bingham’s Restaurant, says he’s excited to be able to seat more customers inside.  Scarpetta also mentioned the restaurant is shifting their focus on how to keep their customers seated outside warm with colder weather around the corner. Before expanding capacity, restaurants will have to complete a self-certification process ensuring they will be following all health safety guidelines. “I’m sure the whole staff is happy because they have the chance to seat more people, to accommodate more of our dedicated customers,” Scarpetta said. last_img

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