Area restaurants rolling with the guidelines to reopen

When guests come to visit Devilicious Eatery in Old Town Temecula, they won’t get a menu, instead they can scan the QR codes, shown here in the photo, to view the menus they want to choose from. Valley News/Jeff Pack photo
Remember when you would stroll into a restaurant, see a couple of empty tables in the distance and know that you would be seated soon?Yep, those days are over for now.When California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday, May 22, that restaurants could reopen to dine-in customers with the so-called “Phase 2.5” shift, it came with it a laundry list of guidelines that restaurants had to hit in order to open their front doors again.Restaurant managers and owners had to be able to show that myriad precautionary measures were put in place, training of all staff, a process for compliance, documentation and correction of deficiencies.And that’s just the first three requirements included in the worksite specific plan that each restaurant is required to be responsible for and be
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