How safe is outdoor dining? With many restaurants forced to move most diners outside, a variety of curbside setups have appeared. Among them are open-sided tents that allow air to circulate, diluting any virus that’s around. But when cold weather hits, some eateries add sides to the tents, cutting off air circulation that is critical to your safety. So what kind of dining enclosures should you avoid if you’re going to brave the cold weather to eat at a restaurant? Inside Edition dives in.