A café in Hungary has rehashed an already solved problem for social distancing during this pandemic.
Michelin-featured Hungarian café Costes has seen business decline drastically after the travel industry for all intents and purposes evaporated in Budapest.
Proprietor Karoly Gerendai said that the turnover at his café is down to about a 10th of pre-lockdown levels, driving him to search for better approaches to work together.
Along these lines, he’s utilizing the Budapest Eye ferris wheel to permit clients to feast in a Covid safe climate.
“Presently that there are relatively few individuals either on the wheel or in the eatery on the grounds that there are no vacationers, the chance emerged that we could do this,” Gerendai told Reuters.