The Courier-Mail


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“ro­bust track and trac­ing regime.”

“It is dis­ap­point­ing that the hos­pi­tal­ity in­dus­try re­mains re­stricted, how­ever we un­der­stand the health au­thor­i­ties’ po­si­tion­ing,” Mr Lam­bert said.

Tem­pest Seafood Restau­rant co-owner Lani Scar­doni said the Scar­bor­ough-based was max­ing out at 50 cus­tomers at a time, de­spite hav­ing a ca­pac­ity of 300.

“We’re do­ing mul­ti­ple seat­ings to get the num­bers in, and we’re def­i­nitely achiev­ing that,” Ms Scar­doni said.

Cafes across Bris­bane were also re­port­ing a surge in de­mand, but some were forced to turn cus­tomers away or force them to wait.

Cleve­land Point Light­house Restau­rant man­ager Chris Var­iti­mos said with their ca­pac­ity lim­ited, weekends had proved chal­leng­ing. “It’s been good for us, be­cause it’s made us think of new ideas and shift what we’re do­ing,” he said.

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