Drive-in cinemas, raves and dining behind plastic: the new going out
LONDON (Reuters) – With lockdown measures more relaxed, social lives are slowly becoming possible. Restaurants, bars, gigs and museums beckon. But as we take our first cautious steps back into the wider world, we are finding it transformed.
FILE PHOTO: Models and family members are seen dining at a restaurant where they test servers providing drinks and food to models pretending to be clients in a safe “quarantine greenhouses” in which guests can dine in Amsterdam, Netherlands May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Eva Plevier/File Photo
Gone are restaurants so busy that you have to wait for service or the…