You’re vaxxed, tired of takeout, weary of masks and dying to celebrate with dinner and drinks. The good news is that on Tuesday, June 15, restaurants will finally be allowed to serve at 100 percent capacity inside and out.

But can we really expect everything to be the same?

All that pent-up energy could create what one restaurateur calls “The Roaring 2020s,” a golden age of partying. But on the other hand, the lingering effects of more than a year of safety protocols, combined with the present hiring crisis, means some industry insiders are building back cautiously.

With restaurants back at 100% capacity on Tuesday, June, 15, some restaurateurs foresee a golden age of partying while others predict a more cautious build up. Sartaj Singh the owner of Cara Mia Italian Restaurant is ready to welcome guests at Cara Mia Italian Restaurant and Bar in Rancho Cucamonga, CA., Friday, February, 21, 2020. Cara Mia is an Italian restaurant off Vineyard Ave. serving classic Italian food. (Photo by James Carbone Contributing Photographer)

With restaurants back at 100% capacity on Tuesday, June, 15, some restaurateurs foresee a golden age of partying while others predict a more cautious build up. Amar Santana, chef/owner with his business partner Ahmed Labbate of Broadway by Amar Santana in Laguna Beach, Vaca in Costa Mesa and The Hall Global Eatery at South Coast Plaza, has made menu and other changes to get ready for the lifting of restrictions. (Courtesy of South Coast Plaza)

With restaurants back at 100% capacity on Tuesday, June, 15, some restaurateurs foresee a golden age of partying while others predict a more cautious build up. Wil Dee, founder and CEO of Haven Craft Kitchen+Bar and Provisions Deli Shop and co-founder of Chapman Crafted Beer in Orange, says he will abide by all regulations set by the state for operating his bar. He holds a Hemp Ale, a good match with their Strawberry Shortcake, in foreground. (File photo by H. Lorren Au, Orange County Register/SCNG)

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With restaurants back at 100% capacity on Tuesday, June, 15, some restaurateurs foresee a golden age of partying while others predict a more cautious build up. Wil Dee, owner of Haven Craft Kitchen + Bar in Orange, watches as California Governor Gavin Newsom speaks during a noontime coronavirus update in which guidelines to reopen dine-in restaurants were addressed, on Tuesday, May 12, 2020. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG)

With restaurants back at 100% capacity on Tuesday, June, 15, some restaurateurs foresee a golden age of partying while others predict a more cautious build up. Cara Mia Italian Restaurant and Bar has had to pause lunch service because of the hiring crisis. (Photo by James Carbone Contributing Photographer)

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Here’s what some Southern California restaurant owners have to say about what it will be like when restrictions are lifted and you’re ready to hit the town.

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Source:: Los Angeles Daily News

      

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