The reopening allows Smokey Bones to begin recalling furloughed employees, but the company did not say how many people would go back to work.
“While the restaurant experience might be slightly different for a while, we want everyone to feel comfortable and enjoy the great Smokey Bones menu and hospitality they know and love,” CEO James O’Reilly said in a statement. “In addition, we are delighted to bring our team members back who elect to work.”
The locations will continue to offer takeout, delivery and curbside pick-up options. The chain’s fourth Georgia location, at the Mall of Georgia in Gwinnett County, is temporarily closed.
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