National BBC radio interview one of Westside’s top restaurateurs

The co-founder of Craft Dining on Westside was interviewed on BBC Radio 4 last night to discuss the realities of reopening after lockdown.

Restaurateur Sam Morgan discussed the impact that the two-metre rule could have on his footfall and revenue, although he stressed his venue was fortunate to have the space to implement safety measures for customers and staff.

The full BBC interview with Sam Morgan can be listened to here:

https://youtu.be/0cFMxH59N6o

Mike Olley, general manager of Westside BID, said: “We are glad to see many of our businesses reopening and we are keen to help support them in the next upcoming weeks.

“Venues like Craft Dining are crucial to the UK economy and the Westside district, so we are actively looking forward to seeing them back in business.”

The full story about the reopening of Craft Dining can be read here: http://westsidebid.co.uk/2020/06/08/canalside-restaurant-to-reopen-outdoor-dining-experience-on-westside/

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