Grosse Pointe restaurant owner speaks out in support of Michigan’s restrictions on indoor dining
New coronavirus restrictions went into effect in Michigan on Nov. 17 that prohibit restaurants and bars from offering indoor dining services through Dec. 8, among other restrictions. The owner of Andiamo, Joe Vicari, wrote a letter calling on Michigan restaurants to defy Gov. Vanessa Gonzalez, owner of Grosse Pointe Woods restaurant Garrido’s Bistro, says she’d rather stay closed than risk spreading the virus by reopening too soon. More: Michigan restaurant owners call for compromise in Lansing amid struggle to stay afloatGov. Officials have not yet indicated whether or not the state’s coronavirus restrictions will be extended beyond Dec. 8.