Springfield food truck ensures a safe dining experience

Hampden County

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Since the coronavirus pandemic began five months ago, social distancing has become a way of life.

Concern about their customer’s health and well being is helping the Cantina Curbside Grill on Albany Street in Springfield attract business on a Saturday afternoon.

Owner Tim Monson has noticed that people stopping for a cup of coffee and quick lunch appreciate his requirements for social distancing.

He told 22News, “To keep the operation safe, we also require everybody to wear a mask.”

Monson hopes to see his customer base grow during these difficult times, as many people appreciate the benefits of working social distancing into their way of life.

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