Boston MA Restaurant Consultant – Practices For Safe Reopening Post COVID Launch

Avery Restaurant Consulting has updated its services to provide restaurants with expertise on safe, regulation-compliant reopening procedures for indoor and outdoor dining.

Avery Restaurant Consulting, a recognized industry authority headquartered in Boston, MA, is announcing the launch of its policy-compliant best practices program for restaurants seeking guidance concerning reopening protocols in light of today’s health directives.

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In response to demand within the hospitality industry for informed advice and direction around the reopening of temporarily shuttered restaurants, Avery Restaurant Consulting is launching an instructional yet adaptable best practices program designed to meet official Boston, Massachusetts health orders and restaurateur objectives.

The current health crisis is showing the hospitality industry little mercy. Specialized consultation services from industry experts designed to help restaurateurs navigate unprecedented times with actionable regulation-compliant reopening strategies offer peace of mind to business owners struggling to keep afloat.

As a full-service company, Avery Restaurant Consulting has covered its fair share of concept revisions and restaurant re-openings. The company recognizes the details that must be addressed to ensure overall property preparedness when doors open once again.

With more than 30 years of experience in the service and hospitality industry, Avery Restaurant Consulting prides itself on implementing procedures that satisfy challenging goals in ways that compliment concepts and branding.

Shifting health orders that feel confusing to restaurant owners and managers are what prompted the company to develop best practices procedures to help their clients provide safe, healthy, fully compliant indoor and outdoor dining spaces.

On Monday, March 22, 2021, the city of Boston moved into a modified phase four, step one of the state’s Reopening Massachusetts plan.

Restaurant capacity limits continue to be calculated on the six-feet-between-tables rule unless tables are separated by protective, nonporous barriers. Percentage-based capacity caps have been removed.

Live, instrumental entertainment has received the green light while singing performances remained banned.

All staff must wear face masks throughout their shifts and diners must also wear facemasks at all times except when dining.

The team at Avery Restaurant Consulting, headed by Jason Carron, aims to provide Boston restaurant owners with the instructions and guidance they need to proceed or pivot professionally in order to ensure the dining public is as protected as it is pampered.

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