Anyone ventured out today?
I looked at my most local pub's website this morning and they're booked solid, which is a pretty weird situation in itself - you have to use a booking website to get a table, and I don't know if you're allowed to stay indefinitely. I'm guessing not - I suppose there must be time slots, as in busy restaurants (which my old grandpappy tells me were once a thing in the Before Times).
Then, once on the premises, along with all the social distancing and so on, you have to download a drink-ordering app to get table service (which I actually think is pretty cool) but you also have to provide personal information in case you need to be contact-traced later. That's pretty much inevitable under the current circumstances - what else could we expect? - but as always I wonder where the data will end up and what it will be used for, and how much of your privacy, other than bare contact details, you have to sign away in the terms and conditions before you can even sup your first pint.
Any stories of fun or trying experiences? Much as I miss pubs, I'm not sure I'm so desperate as to be willing to go through all the rigmarole.