SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - The coronavirus crisis has altered daily life, in ways both big and small.
Public gatherings are a no-go. Distance learning is the new normal. And Al Fresco dining is a lifeline for many restaurants.
The new health and safety restrictions have been an adjustment but required in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The owner of a Japanese restaurant in San Francisco has gone much further to keep customers safe during the pandemic.
Sushi Hashiri, a Michelin-starred restaurant in the city's South of Market neighborhood, is now offering "dome seating."
According to the Chronicle, the domes provide a safer outdoor dining experience for customers amid COVID-19.
The domes cost around $1,400 each, but the owner believes the "quarantine bubbles' are a good investment and plans to purchase more.