‘Mad Scramble’ for restaurant seats as Ireland’s hospitality sector reopens

'Mad Scramble' for restaurant seats as Ireland's hospitality sector reopens

When the area reopens six weeks later, the pent-up demand for food at a restaurant is high across the country with the availability of tables at very limited times from 7pm to 9pm. Shut down.

Open Table Restaurant Booking Engine Restaurants can accommodate up to six people at a dinner table on Saturday night at 8pm or within two hours of that time.

The site reported thousands of bookings in hundreds of restaurants in Irish cities and towns in the past 24 hours. Indicates that a serious fight for seats has begun on Saturday.

Ring-around restaurants are also showing a great appetite for food this weekend.

Trinity St. Pichet in Dublin said it was fully booked. “There has been a crazy fight for seats in the last few weeks and we have six groups,” he told the Irish Times when asked about bookings on Friday morning.

This was exactly what happened across the river at the Winding Stair in Dublin. “Booked me, very well,” a spokesman said.

“I have a table at 9:45 and the first two pairs, but the rest are chokers. We look forward to it every year, it’s a busy couple, but it’s great. ”

Tapas de Lola of Camden Center said, “It is still very well booked every Friday and Saturday between Christmas, and only some of the 5 to 9 sittings per week are available.

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