Nightclub Dragonfly Experience Introduces Party Pods To Let You Party With Social Distancing

by Tania Tarafdar
by Tania Tarafdar 476

As restaurants across the country gradually opens, the hosts are leaving no stone unturned to ensure the safety of guests guests. From installing plastic shields to focusing on alfresco dining, restaurants have been taking measures to make dining out a secure experience. Taking clues from the West, many are also introducing party pods and private cabins. The Dragonfly Experience, a high-end Asian bar and dining space at Aerocity Delhi, is introducing patrons to what could be the future of dining out. The high-energy bar boasts freshly installed pods and has come up with new seating plans.

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Each Pod Can Accommodate 8 to 12 People

Each pod at Dragonfly can accommodate between 8 to 12 people. The cabins are enclosed with acrylic walls on all four sides, and the top opens up to the building’s newly upgraded air-conditioning vents, that circulates air at a much faster rate. The ten pods can fit in approximately 100 people and the few open-air tables between them adhere to the 50% occupancy limit set by authorities. Restaurant Run By Transgenders In Coimbatore Becomes So Successful That Another One Is Opening Soon.

The Pods Are Sanitised After Every Seating

However, party pods and private cabins can only be implemented in restaurants with large areas. And while no space can be considered as 100% safe, Dragonfly is trying to do the maximum to ensure the health and peace of mind of guests. The pods are thoroughly sanitised after every seating, and the staff will be in full protective gears. Customers will also have the choice to ask the staff to leave the food on small serving tables placed outside the door.

The Pods Are Inspired By A Concept In Amsterdam

People had started to return to lounges and bars in the capital despite the restriction of liquor sales. However, with the second wave, restaurants saw fewer customers. This prompted the owner to come up with the idea of party pods to help reassure customers. Inspired by a similar party pods concept in Amsterdam, Sukhija and his team of  First Fiddle Restaurants transformed interiors of Dragonfly for a new ‘experience’. This Will Be The Future Of Eating Out In India, Post Lockdown.

Guests Can Ask To Leave The Food Outside The Cabin

However, party pods and private cabins can only be implemented in restaurants with large areas. And while no space can be considered as 100% safe, Dragonfly is trying to do the maximum to ensure the health and peace of mind of guests. The pods are thoroughly sanitised after every seating, and the staff will be in full protective gears. Customers will also have the choice to ask the staff to leave the food on small serving tables placed outside the door. Goa Opens Fully For Tourists With No COVID Tests Required; Bars Open Again.

The pods allow customers to maintain that sense of security. Each cabana is like a curtained cabin, allowing guests privacy and safety.

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