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Many restaurants are open for dinein after switching to pickup, curbside and delivery options in mid-March because of the coronavirus.

Customers might find that their favorite spots do not look the same to ensure safety for customers.

Greenville Avenue Pizza Company opened for dine in this week.

GAPCo installed plexiglass to separate customers from employees and to divide seating areas. Hand sanitizer stations are available, and employees and customers are required to wear masks when they are not eating or drinking, spokeswoman Ariana Hajibashi said.

HG Supply Co. implemented seating 6-feet apart, employee health screening, disposable menus and single-use condiments to limit contact.

Snuffer’s requires diners to wear masks until they are seated, and seating is limited to ensure social distancing.

Safety guidelines published by Snuffer’s. (Photo from Instagram @snuffersburgers)