This time around, before starting my search for movies or something to do at home, I decided to look something different. I set off through town to see what businesses might be open. Of course, I took all the recommended measures, such as using a face mask, in my exploration.
My friends and I headed over to Chapu, on Insurgentes 63 in Centro and were happy to find that it was open. We stopped for some snacks and a couple of beers. After this, we went over to Mary Chela on Calzada de la Luz 134. We had some ceviche tostadas and then realized that they have different promotions daily.
We then headed uphill for a nice invigorating walk, and even though it was cloudy up on the hill, we were happy for the exercise from the long walk.
We stopped by Luciérnaga Mall and found out that Liverpool is now open for business as well. On our way back along Ancha de San Antonio, we arrived at Mc Carthy’s Pub (#25) and found it, too, to be open. We ordered a platter of appetizers that included chicken wings, French fries, cheese sticks, and onion rings. We enjoyed the place so much that we remained there until 10 p.m., which is about the latest that any establishment is remaining open.
It seems that a lot of businesses are open once again, but they are all under orders to follow health protocols. In the restaurants, for example, you no longer have a physical menu handed to you. Instead, many of them allow you to scan a code in order to see what you wish to order.