With indoor dining restricted in the Philadelphia area, Más Mexicali Cantina in West Chester is one of a small number of restaurants in the region that have found a way to increase their seating space by utilizing their rooftops, writes Michael Klein for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Más adheres to Pennsylvania law, which requires that drinks are accompanied by a meal. Guests also have to wear masks, but they can remove them once they are seated at tables.
To make sure the wait is minimal, Más has also opened a dedicated bar on the roof, which is an adjunct to its street-level patio.
Guests are being seated on first-come, first-served basis.
At the front door of the establishment, diners are assigned a table on the roof and then sent up in an elevator. Then, to keep the traffic flowing smoothly, guests are encouraged to use the stairs on their way out.
Read more about Más Mexicali Cantina in The Philadelphia Inquirer here.
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