Palestinian Authority restaurants begin the new year under the restrictions of the epidemic

Temporary pandemic restrictions imposed by Governor Wolfe during the holidays are set to expire on Monday. Jeremy Jenkins of WGAL News 8 stopped by a Cumberland County restaurant to see how the measures have affected business during what is usually a busy time of the year. It’s been three weeks since restaurants like Flincy’s in Camp Hill were able to accommodate customers in the dining room. Many owners like Matt Flinchbaugh have forced the hopping during the busiest time of the year in the service industries by dining out and dining al fresco, as they tell us, “It was so cool and I can only say that because of my new and old clients.” Flinchbaugh has relied in the last few weeks on outdoor dining for most of his business. He spent thousands of dollars on tents and heat lamps to warm them up, which turned out to be a good investment. The inside staff was busy preparing American dishes and of course the best New Year dishes, ham and sauerkraut. “I think people are eating more than that this year, and I can tell you because we have sold us,” says Flinchbaugh. While Flinchbaugh is happy with the voter turnout during the latest round of restrictions, he is ready to return to the “new normal” and make sure customers are safe. And we are relieved when this happens. Flinchbaugh has invested in a few extra precautions. Says Flinchbaugh, “We have glass, PVC dividers, so we’re ready and excited to welcome them back inside.” According to Matt, customers will be able to return to his dining room on Monday, January 4, the same day mitigation efforts are due to end.

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Temporary pandemic restrictions imposed by Governor Wolfe during the holidays are set to expire on Monday.

Jeremy Jenkins of WGAL News 8 stopped by a Cumberland County restaurant to see how the measures have affected business during what is usually a busy time of the year.

It’s been three weeks since restaurants like Flincy’s in Camp Hill were able to accommodate customers in the dining room. Many owners like Matt Flinchbaugh have been forced to navigate the busiest time of the year in the service industries by dining out and dining al fresco, telling us, “It was so cool and I can only say that because of my new and old clients.”

For the past few weeks, Flinshbow has relied on outdoor dining for most of his business.

He spent thousands of dollars on tents and heat lamps to warm them up, which turned out to be a good investment.

The inside staff was busy preparing American dishes and of course the best New Year dishes, ham and sauerkraut

“I think people are eating more than that this year and I can tell you that because we’ve run out of it,” says Flinshbow.

While Flinchbaugh is happy about the turnout during the latest round of restrictions, he is ready to return to the “new normal” and to ensure that customers are safe and comfortable when this happens.

Flinchbaugh invested in a few extra precautions.

Says Flinchbaugh, “We have glass, PVC dividers, so we’re ready and excited to welcome them back inside.”

According to Matt, customers will be able to return to his dining room on Monday, January 4, the same day the mitigation efforts are due to end.

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