Michigan restaurants reopen indoor dining today: What to know
WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. – Monday is a big day for restaurants in Michigan -- after nearly three months, restaurants can reopen for indoor dining. READ: Michigan restaurants to reopen with curfew, other safety restrictions in placeIt’s a day Michiganders have been patiently and not-so patiently waiting for -- the return of in-person dining. Restaurants can only open to 25% capacity, but Carter said that won’t be a problem. “The dining room for a Jewish deli is a little bit more than just food. “Obviously we had to go smaller but now we’ve been able to reach out and we’ve definitely had more people join our team.”AdRELATED: Internet crowdfunding keeps many Michigan restaurants afloat amid pandemic
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READ: Michigan restaurants prepare to reopen indoor dining Feb. 1Some restaurants mean more to their local communities than just a breakfast special or ice cream on a hot summer day. The place opened in 2002 and may not make it to 2022, but owner Dave McManaman said a fundraiser gives him some hope. Ray’s Ice Cream, off Coolidge Highway in Royal Oak, is a generational business that’s been around for 60 years. AdMore information on Ray’s Ice Cream can be found on its official website or its official Facebook page here. More information on Dave & Amy’s can be found on its official website or its official Facebook page here.
Michigan restaurants can reopen indoor dining Feb. 1
BERKLEY, Mich. – Many Michigan restaurants found different ways to remain afloat amid a state COVID shutdown prohibiting indoor dining. But restaurants will now be able to reopen indoor dining Feb. 1 with restrictions, such as operating at 25% capacity and a 10 p.m. curfew. And with indoor dining reopening, she said she will keep it along with curbside carryout. READ: Southwest Detroit restaurant offers unique ‘luminaria’ outdoor dining experienceAd“It’s so hard to plan. Like other restaurants across the state, Berkley Common is taking the weekend to get the dining room cleaned and ready, and re-train staff on guidelines.
Andiamo owners urge Michigan restaurants to defy shutdown order, reopen if ‘3-week pause’ extends
UPDATE: Andiamo owner backtracks: ‘We have never and will never defy mandated orders’“This industry is hanging on by a thread,” Rosalie Vicari said. Rosalie and her husband Joe Vicari own the Vicari restaurant group, with high-end restaurants like Joe Muer Seafood, Brownies On The Lake and multiple Andiamo Italian restaurants. Their new letter called on Metro Detroit restaurants to band together at a meeting this week. Restaurants said the order to close dining rooms is unconstitutional and not supported by science. Yet, restaurants are closed and we just don’t understand that,” Rosalie Vicari said.