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Local Restaurants React to Easing Requirements Differently
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Restaurants were allowed to begin seating people inside their establishments yesterday (Wednesday). Of course, they were subject to many regulations that were changing almost to the minute they were allowed to open their doors.

As of press time here is the latest information on local eateries. Three Sisters Tavern and Grill will end up being able to seat 50 people inside. They also will have additional seating outside on a newly renovated covered patio.

Operating hours will be from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m., Sunday thru Wednesday and from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. There will be 6’ between tables and a maximum of eight people at any one table. There is no seating at the bar but alcohol can be sold. Three Sisters will continue to do carryout. Orders can be placed at 676-2276.

Part of the requirement is that staff will be wearing masks.

The Round Table at Hollydot will also have room for 50 people to sit. They also will make use of their patio and like every other restaurant with a bar they can sell alcohol but can’t let people sit at the bar. They are allowed to sell alcohol that golfers can take on the Hollydot course.

The Round Table’s hours are 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Sunday thru Thursday. On Friday and Saturday, they are open from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. People can still call 676-3300 for take-out or to make a reservation. Reservations are not required but because of the strict number of people who can dine, reservations are recommended. Owner Becky Garcia asked that everyone be kind to the servers. “The staff is doing their best; remember they aren’t our rules.”

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