If there's one thing Georgia residents can agree on, it's there's really nothing better than going to Waffle House after a long night out. Georgians are used to sitting in the popular spot at 3 a.m. and chowing down with a group of friends. Starting today, locals will get a chance to experience it again. Waffle Houses are reopening in Georgia Monday, April 27, but with some changes.\nThe Georgia-based restaurant chain has 400 restaurants in the state and at least 330 are back in business. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced restaurants and theaters could reopen on Monday, April 27 for phase one of reopening the state.\nGovernor Kemp tweeted on Saturday, "My thanks to @WaffleHouse CEO Walt Ehmer and the entire Waffle House family on their work to restructure their operations and ensure they can get back to serving customers safely! #gapol."\nGeorgia is one of the first states to ease business restrictions. Forbes reported, "As this crisis has evolved, Waffle House sales have dropped to around 30% of normal levels, with the chain closing 700 restaurants in 25 states, as of last week."\nView this post on Instagram 🥓🍳🧇 always binge eating b4 the bikini. Thank you @wafflehouseofficial 🥓🍳🧇 Next stop @miami ☀️🍸🍾#WaffleHouse #hashbrown #baconandeggs #bowlsbowlsbowls #HungryGirlsDoitBetter A post shared by Atlanta Food Eaters (@hungrygirlsdoitbetter) on Mar 12, 2020 at 5:32am PDT\nThis opening comes with longer wait times than usual because most locations will be working with a skeleton crew, which means the least amount of employees possible.\nAll employees will be wearing face masks during their shifts and the restaurant will have all dine-in booths scattered as social distancing guidelines are still being enforced.\nCustomers will also have to wait outside while they wait for a table to become available.\nView this post on Instagram What’s your favorite breakfast spot? 👀 #BeYourBiggestFan#EmbraceYourface #wafflehouse A post shared by Caleb McLaughlin (@therealcalebmclaughlin) on Nov 4, 2018 at 8:38am PST\nA local Atlanta Waffle House told 11Alive that they're adapting to the changes by the hour because there are so many company policies and updates.\nView this post on Instagram Birthdays start at Waffle House. #38isgreat #wafflehouse #happybirthdaytome #breakfast A post shared by Ted Perry is Shive (@shivedesign) on Jun 6, 2018 at 6:20am PDT\nExtra screening protocols will be put in place for all employees to make sure no one is coming into work sick. Customers can find ease in knowing that the Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer has stated that the restaurants have stepped up their sanitizing practices as well, according to WSB Atlanta.