Georgia’s governor, Brian Kemp, recently announced that several businesses like nail salons, bowling alleys, and barbershops would be reopening amid the COVID-19 spread. Interestingly enough, one of the three restaurants that are set to reopen is Escobar Restaurant and Tapas Lounge, co-owned by 2 Chainz.
The eatery is said to be reopening for dine-in on Monday (April 27), prior- the restaurant was only doing take out. This came as a surprise to many fans, as they believe it is too soon to reopen.
Very disappointed in @2chainz. So Escobar, 2 Chainz’s restaurant is going to open on Monday and I quote “They also plan to have a DJs on weekends” Why the hell is he putting his staff and the community at risk like this?? How trash is this😕 https://t.co/Uzj2Mnb5JD
— Baddie Mayonnaise (@NoLucky7) April 24, 2020
The restaurants co-owner Mychel “Snoop” Dillard tells TMZ that the the two eateries will extend extra safety precautions in order to prioritize customer and staff health.
According to TMZ, the additional safety measures will include “checking employees’ temperatures at clock-in, administering mandatory gloves, giving masks to the cooks and providing disposable one-use paper menus for customers.”
If any employee is showing COVID-19 symptoms, they will be asked to go home and self-quarantine for two weeks.
Do you think it’s too soon to open back up? Let us know.