Here’s some good news if you’ve been patiently waiting out coronavirus safety measures to get back to your favourite restaurant, and they don’t have a patio.
The City of Winnipeg is taking applications for restaurants to erect a temporary patio as the province reopens some services on Monday, May 4.
Under Manitoba’s Restoring Safe Services plan, restaurants will be able to begin patio service while following social distancing guidelines.
Dine-in service isn’t permitted until Phase Two of the plan, which won’t happen until at least the month of June.
In order for those restaurants that don’t usually operate a patio to join in, the City is allowing them to register a temporary space, in accordance with certain guidelines.
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