We’re lovin’ it: Waterford McDonald’s restaurants reopen for dine-in customers
Two popular McDonald’s restaurants in county Waterford are reopening their eat-in service areas from this afternoon.
The company says the decision was made following the successful reopening of drive-thru and takeaway services in recent weeks.
The fast food giant’s outlets on Barronstrand Street in the city and the Cork Road restaurant in Dungarvan are among 27 outlets nationwide are resuming dine-in services today, with a range of new safety measures that will see customers served via table service only.
In line with Government guidance, McDonald’s will be asking customers that choose to dine-in to leave their contact details by either scanning a QR code with their smartphone or via a dedicated website with the URL details provided on each table.
Social distancing measures will also be in place, with only a certain number of diners allowed inside at any one time, while ensuring couriers and takeaway customers can still visit to collect off-premise food.