Restaurant owner: we ‘won’t survive’ if restrictions continue - True North

No bar service. No multi-family groupings. 10:30 pm closing time. Covid-19 restrictions have made survival tough on Vermont’s restaurants.

“It’s not like my restaurant has to be closed. If it’s just the bar that has to be closed then OK,” she said. “I don’t know what’s next, and I’m scared of what’s next. … I will tell you that at a certain point, we won’t survive. These businesses won’t survive, we can’t survive on curbside alone — I can probably survive for a few months but that would be it.”"



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  • Doug & Patricia Richmond
    commented 2020-11-29 10:59:47 -0500
    Only the governments and bureaucracies are SO assured of their endless survival,
    that is why they are so very cavalier about the rights and survival of citizens and private business.

    Let’s challenge OUR governments and candidates, and bureaucracies, next time around,
    and see if they are then so dam cocksure of themselves – at THEIR own risk!
    Flip (out) the elected officials, and challenge every $dollar in the so called “’budgets !!”
  • David Flemming
    published this page in The News 2020-11-25 12:11:21 -0500