Okay. This is a crazy idea.

Many restaurants are having a difficult time right now, due to COVID-19. Most are closed but a few are staying afloat from drive-through or carryout orders.

However, one Swedish restaurant has a unique approach toward offering a safe dining experience.

Called Bord för en (literally “Table for one”), these culinary artists have planted a table and chair for one in the middle of a barren field, near the Swedish rural town of Ransäter (population 114).

“One table. One chair. Right in the middle of a Swedish summer field. Bord för en is a solo dining experience, and as such one of the only true Covid-19 safe restaurants in the world,” their website reads.


Bord för en has no waiting staff. The customer retrieves the food and drinks from a picnic basket sent down to the table from a rope connected to a nearby kitchen window. Those who book a reservation will receive instructions on how to travel from the bus stop to avoid social interaction. The table, chair, and dishes will of course be disinfected and cleaned thoroughly before arrival.

As you can imagine, making a profit is nearly impossible with this type of business model. The owner and chef are opting instead for a pay-what-you-can model. But they’re already working on more unique solo dining experiences.

When it comes to reading the market, you also can go solo.  But it can potentially lead to bad choices when it comes to investments. Sometimes you need an experienced partner.

Money & Clarity knows how to help you not only build wealth but protect it for the long term. We can estimate your projected financial needs and strategize ways to stretch your retirement savings.

Isn’t it time to make room at the table for us? Why not give us a call us today at 513-563-PLAN (7526) or book online today? We’ll offer a menu of tasty choices for a retirement plan that will be sure to delight. Together, we’ll find the right plan for you.

Nikki Earley, CFP® & Dan Cuprill, CFP®

P.S.  To learn the steps you can take to protect and even capitalize on recent investment volatility in light of COVID-19, check out my webinar.