Owner of Berwyn Restaurant Ready to Welcome Guests Outside: ‘New Normal Won’t Be So Normal’

Kimberly McGuane
Image of Mike DiDomenico via Bill Rettew, MediaNews Group.

Berwyn restaurant 30 MAIN is ready to welcome guests outside and is preparing for inside dining once Chester County moves into the green phase, writes Bill Rettew for the Daily Local News.

Starting on Friday, owner Mike DiDomenico will be able to welcome up to 100 diners at a time. He is also looking to the future, scrambling to get the inside of his Italian/American steaks and seafood restaurant ready for diners.

“The new normal won’t be so normal, but can be safe for customers and employees,” said DiDomenico.

He believes that the two floors inside and large parking there will be enough room to make it work.

Staffers will wear masks and gloves and their temperatures will be checked regularly. UVC lights will be used to sanitize the premises.

Additionally, seniors will be able to eat at the restaurant between 2 and 5 PM.

“We want to make seniors comfortable,” he said. “We want them to go out.”

Read more about 30 MAIN in the Daily Local News here.