Though every single frame of that video caused me to squeeze my Dr. Fauci doll a bit tighter, Eater writes that there are photos showing that Nusr-Et spaced out tables, and that “most staffers were wearing masks.” I have not been able to locate any of these photos, but that’s likely due to the fact that I’ve got my eyes tightly shut from terror.

During opening weekend, long lines of hungry diners stretched down the sidewalk and snaked around the building, hoping to catch a glimpse of celebs like former Bravo reality star Courtney Kerr along with Nusr-Et’s $140 filet mignons and $5 Diet Cokes. If you want to experience the grandeur of Nusr-Et Dallas for yourself, you’ll need to settle for an early bird experience, as there are no tables open past 4:45 p.m. for at least six months. If you can’t get a table, or would prefer to stay away so Texas won’t have to go right back into lockdown, fear not! You can still experience the glory of Salt Bae in your very own home via Uber Eats.