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2 Chainz Reopens His Atlanta Restaurants For Dine-In Service a Week After Deciding Not To Even Though He Got Green Light To Do So By Georgia Governor

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

A week ago, 2 Chainz decided not to reopen his Escobar Restaurant and Tapas restaurants locations even enter Georgia Governor, allowed restaurants to reopen for dine-in service on April 27. This was due to ongoing coronavirus concerns.

Now, the Atlanta legend is back in business as these restaurants are officially opened, according to TMZ. Bentley Didier, a spokesperson for Escobar, said to TMZ that they’re still taking proper measures to keep the locations sanitizer and customers safe.

Sections are being limited to four people or less, food is being served in to-go boxes, and masks and gloves will also be provided to customers if asked. They will also have to wash their hands right when they enter the restaurant. The hookahs are also being sanitized once customers are done with them as disposable hoses will be included. Another nice way to help with social distancing here is the availability of a back patio for customers to be able to spread out more

Didier also explained how employees, friends and customers have been suffering from depression and  due to the new social distancing and staying at home normalcy in America now. People are already back at Escobar dancing, drinking and enjoying some good food.

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