Rapper 2 Chainz is reopening his Escobar and Tapas restaurants in Atlanta for sit-down service and says he has a plan for keeping folks safe from the COVID-19.
Both of his restaurants namely Escobar and Tapas were strictly doing take-out orders due to coronavirus restrictions but with Georgia’s Governor paving the way for businesses to reopen, 2 Chainz restaurants will be serving dine-in meals starting from Monday.
Business partner and Co-owner Snoop Dillard said that they’re making public safety their top priority and they are confident that they will be able to host sit-down serving safely without causing anyone any harm.
Safety precautions at the restaurants are being implemented, which include staff having their temperature’s checked when they clock in, mandatory gloves for all employees, masks for the cooks and single-use paper menu’s.
Snoop and 2 Chainz also said that should any staff member show coronavirus symptoms, they will be asked to go home and self isolate for 14 days. The restaurants re bringing back Hookah’s which will be cleaned and sanitized frequently.
And on the weekends, live Dj’s will return to both restaurants,2 Chainz and Snoop said that the Dj’s also need to make a living and things are not going into full party mode certain measures will be put in place. They even paid a few Dj’s to come in and spin during take-out just to put smiles on people’s faces.
The two owners donated hundreds of meals to medical workers on the frontlines and It was revealed that they are also planning to give more free food to workers at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Piedmont Atlanta Hospital.