San Diego Enterprise prepares for full opening on busy first weekend
San Diego-This week, California removed most pandemic restrictions and mask requirements, but the number of companies surged before entering the first weekend of “full opening.”
“The speed of things from zero to 100 is really fast,” said PJ Busalacchi, general manager of Barbusa in Little Italy.
On Friday night, the hot spots in San Diego were crowded with people eager to go out without restrictions.
California may open again, but not all businesses, especially restaurants, are full.
“Mainly in the kitchen, at the back of the house, we have a little less manpower, but everyone is ready to work, everyone is ready to come back,” Busalacchi said.
In the Gaslamp District, after two games on the opening day of Padres, things have also become hectic, and there are more games going on.
Philip Nestor, the bar manager of The Field, said: “It’s exciting for the fifth time. It’s nice to see.” “We hope everyone is busy. It just shows that we are back to normal.”
The Field has the same idea, which is to let more workers join in.
“There are more people going out, so it must be tricky to get employees in,” Nestor said. “We are a bit at a loss, but we will continue to work. The Irish mentality is to work until you fall.”
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“If you go out, be patient and be polite to those who serve you, because we are now working harder to meet the demand,” Busarachi said.