Restaurants laying plans for reopening

OUTDOOR?DINING–is a rare sight in the UP?in January, but Mt. Shasta in?Michigamme is doing it in style with its outdoor domed seating, or igloos, erected beside the restaurant for compliance with COVID-19 restictions. Manager Tiffany Soeltner said each igloo seats up to six members of the same household, and it’s proving a popular option with diners.

 

by Nancy Besonen
and Melissa Newland

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Service’s (MDHHS) order to restrict indoor dining due to COVID-19 ends Jan. 15, 2021. After having been under restrictions since Nov. 18, 2020, area bar and restaurant owners are looking forward with mixed emotions to getting back to some semblance of business as usual. To read more, subscribe to the L’Anse Sentinel online, or buy a print copy at our local retailers.

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