NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Most Titans fans couldn’t be inside Nissan Stadium for Tuesday’s game due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Many watched the game on TV either at home or at their favorite restaurant or bar.

“We were a little bit hesitant at first, but I think everyone is doing the best they can and, you know, I think it's great for the economy to get out,” Marissa Brown, a Titans fan said.

News4 went to Acme Feed & Seed, which is a popular game day spot, to check out the changes.

At Acme, you have to wear a mask and get your temperature checked.

Anything above 100.4 degrees means you’re not allowed inside.

They’ve also upgraded their air ventilation systems and have a contactless menu.

“I think that those changes just kind of help showcase to the world that Acme is a safe space to be and you can still have a good time, but also feel like you're doing your part,” Carson Bedenbaugh with Acme Feed & Seed said.

Acme has only been open for a couple of weeks after closing for six months.

Bedenbaugh said the staff has been working overtime to make sure COVID-19 precautions are in place.

For other fans like Bryce Carnevale, he doesn't have a problem with them.

"I don't think it really hinders the experience at all. I still think people will enjoy coming downtown,” Bryce Carnevale, a Bills fan said. is now with you on the go! Get the latest news updates and video, 4WARN weather forecast, weather radar, special investigative reports, sports headlines and much more from News4 Nashville.

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