Dining Out: A New Atmosphere

It’s been a long day of work and play, you’re exhausted, but it’s no problem. Instead of having to cook and clean dishes for your family, you opt to go out for dinner. It was a last minute idea that seemed nothing but relaxing. A change of scenery, extensive menu items to choose from, but not anymore.

For the past year, it’s been a lot of home cooked meals for the safety of individuals during the global pandemic. But as our country begins to open up, it’s a matter of using technology to protect individuals as they enjoy a night out of the house.

Unlike the past, there’s a much greater chance of needing a reservation to even dine out at the time you prefer. As many restaurants are only at half capacity, with tables closed off to help distance everyone, it’s not like the past. It’s a lot more difficult to walk into a restaurant and be seated. Restaurant owners have had to tackle this problem by using online reservation platforms to safely monitor the amount of diners in the room.

However, it doesn’t just stop at limiting diners in the room. Social distancing is the new wave. You can’t get too close to anyone or even have more than the allowed number of occupants in a room based on its size. This ultimately means less workers and less diners. To compensate for the cutbacks, restaurants have even cut back hours and technology helps keep everyone up to date. With a simple search online, you can find what time restaurants open and when they close, as many changed their hours.

Technology goes further as it even has a seat right at the table with you. Many dining experiences don’t require a handheld menu anymore. Instead, restaurants have opted for a QR code. Just scan the code with your cell phone camera and it’ll direct you to an online menu. Technology has opted to limit the spread of bacteria amongst multiple people during the pandemic to keep experiences safe and enjoyable.

Once you figure out the restaurant hours and secure a reservation, it’s time to get there safely, and get paid for the ride! By using the OnMyWay driving app, you can get paid to drive yourself to dinner. OnMyWay users receive $0.05 for every mile they drive undistracted and can then use this cash to redeem various rewards.

Even if you’re not comfortable to dine out just yet, but aren’t in the mood to cook, restaurants have it figured out for you! Thanks to technology and the internet, once again, you can order from many dining places online. Place your order, choose a pick up time and use OnMyWay to safely get your food back home.

Whether a five star dining experience is socially distanced in a restaurant, or your favorite restaurant bought back home, join the OnMyWay mission to put an end to distracted driving.


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OnMyWay, based in Charleston, SC, The Only Mobile App That Pays its Users Not to Text and Drive. The #1 cause of death among young adults ages 16-27 is Car Accidents, with the majority related to Distracted Driving.

OnMyWay’s mission is to reverse this epidemic through positive rewards. Users get paid for every mile they do not text and drive and can refer their friends to get compensated for them as well. The money earned can then be used for Cash Cards, Gift Cards, Travel Deals, and Much, Much More….

The company also makes it a point to let users know that OnMyWay does NOT sell users’ data and only tracks them for purposes of providing a better experience while using the app.

The OnMyWay app is free to download and is currently available on both the App Store for iPhones and Google Play for Android @ OnMyWay; Drive Safe, Get Paid. Sponsors and advertisers can contact the company directly through their website @ www.onmyway.com.


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