Can we please bury the so-called stigma of solo dining, especially if it can be considered as a sweet spot for combining Covid-19 safety and eatery income?
For years, lone voices clapped back at sheeple bleating pityingly and lamely (“oh, poor thing”) at people eating alone. But with the pandemic making solo dining a more mainstream experience and a possible small, steady income lifeline for eateries, it’s time to embrace it as a normal way of dining.
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