Palm Beach County restaurants set to host safe Super Bowl Sunday atmosphere

Posted Feb 2021

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The nation's top infectious disease expert doesn't want Sunday's Super Bowl to turn into a super spreader event.

Dr. Anthony Fauci is cautioning against big Super Bowl watch parties, saying people should "just lay low and cool it."

But that doesn't mean you can't safely celebrate the big game while also supporting South Florida restaurants.

Normally, Derrick McCray is getting ready to serve ribs at the Super Bowl this time of year. But this year, he won't be there due to the pandemic.

"All of the events have been cut in half or eliminated, or they are doing it through Zoom," McCray said.

McCray said his business, McCray's Backyard BBQ & Seafood, will be open for business at his 45th Street location.

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