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Warrnambool venues incorporate outdoor areas after coronavirus pandemic | The Standard

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Many south-west restaurants and cafes pivoted amid the coronavirus pandemic and introduced outdoor eating areas in a bid to welcome more patrons through the doors. And now as density limits begin to ease and the colder months draw closer, venue owners are looking to keep their outdoor areas permanently. The Whalers Hotel owner Alister Porter said the Liebig Street venue was keen to create a permanent outdoor presence after installing a marquee during the pandemic. “We’re looking at getting a permanent structure out the front,” he said. “It’s something we’re working on at the minute and we’ve put some plans into council. “Our outdoor area really works…



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