An Australian restaurant owner attempted to move for an innovative way for his restaurant by Cardboard arts. In order to make things funny and feel normal in the reopening of the doors of their restaurants, cafes and pubs.
With the alleviation of social distancing measures, companies can now accommodate up to 10 customers at a time. For those active eating places that used to be full of gossip and laughter. Those who are quiet and empty will undoubtedly feel a little strange at first.
It was required to bring a livelier atmosphere to his restaurant. So Frank Angeletta, the owner of Five Dock Dining from Sydney, asked cardboard customers to sit on chairs.
The Five Dock Dinning has wrote in their Facebook page,
In light of everything happening, like all other small businesses we are still trying to serve our customers as best we can.
We are so grateful for the recognition we’ve received over the past week. Although most of our patrons right now are 2D. We are so thankful to those who have dined in and are planning to do so.
We’re committed to keeping our customers safe and look forward to seeing you soon! Whilst we operate under these conditions our dine in menu is also available for take away.
According to 7News, after a few weeks of closure, Five Dock Dining has been fully booked by non-cardboard customers, which also seems feasible. Frank even tried to create a little atmosphere in his shop, playing exciting tableware and relaxed chat harmonics, creating the illusion of a pre-popular dining experience.