Peddler’s Village Will Have Outdoor Dining Starting Friday
A ton of people are patiently waiting for things to open back up to be able to do some outdoorsy type of stuff. For Pennsylvania, it is looking very good after the governor of the state mentioned that the second phase of reopening will allow restaurants to have some outdoor seating, according to BucksCountyCourierTimes.com.
Bucks County Courier Times also mentioned that Peddler's Village is one establishment that will be taking advantage of that opportunity. It was reported that Friday will be a big day for Peddler's Village as it will begin offering some outdoor dining.
Just like many other businesses have made it clear that they will continue to follow the proper guidelines to make sure everyone stays safe, Peddler's Village has made it clear that they will be doing the same. Bob McGowan, the COO of Peddler's Village, told Bucks County Courier Times, "Safety will continue to be our priority." He also said, "We have spent the last two months sanitizing spaces and putting into place new materials, supplies and procedures so guests will feel comfortable and protected.”
According to Bucks County Courier Times, McGowan also said that they are "very excited to bring Peddler’s Village back to life.”
If you are not too familiar with Peddler's Village, it is what some people may consider "PA's premier attractions" located in New Hope, Pa. (100 Peddlers Village, New Hope, PA)
Bucks County Courier Times reported that at Peddler's Village you can find "60 locally-owned shops and specialty boutiques." Now you have one more thing to do on the weekends to get some fresh air and not be stuck at home.