Ocean City bar debuts social distancing tables
Fish Tales in Ocean City, M.D. is using giant inflatable inner tube tables to ensure customers maintain safe social distancing.
OCEAN CITY, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - An Ocean City, Maryland, bar and grill is using ‘bumper tables’ to separate customers and keep them six feet apart in order to meet social distancing guidelines amid the pandemic.
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Ocean City bar owners promote social distancing with giant inflatable inner tube tables
An Ocean City, Maryland, bar and grill is using ‘bumper tables’ to separate customers and keep them six feet apart in order to meet social distancing guidelines amid the pandemic. Owners, Shawn and Donna Harman, talked to us Tuesday about their idea.
Footage captured by John Middlebrook shows people rolling out the customized tables at Fish Tales Bar & Grill.
The giant inflatable inner tubes on wheels were manufactured by Revolution Event in direct response to the current climate we live in.
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On the day of their arrival, the seafood joint also took to Facebook to share the unique tables being rolled into the restaurant.
An order from the town allowed hotels and short-term rentals to begin accepting guests from May 14, drawing visitors to the area over the weekend.
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