The article states “restaurants are getting more creative than ever as their businesses rely on outdoor dining, delivery and takeout to say afloat.” Several of these restaurants have done that by installing Roll-A-Cover retractable glass roofs that allow the restaurants to turn their indoor spaces into outdoor spaces. Therefore, they can stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the winter months or rainy days, the retractable roofs close and diners can still enjoy an outdoor ambiance. Therefore, restaurants never lose revenue on their outdoor patios due to weather or unforeseen circumstances. Below are the Roll-A-Cover enclosed restaurants featured in the TimeOut article.
Cathedrale at Moxy East Village
112 E 11th St, New York, NY 10003
“Indoor dining is still off limits at the moment in New York. Cathédrale’s hidden outdoor dining terrace feels like you’re inside with its retractable roof covering 58 seats.”