Restaurants roll with the changes

The closure of restaurant dining rooms in Door and Kewaunee Counties earlier this week left owners looking for ways to stay open. While fast-food restaurants like Culver’s in Sturgeon Bay are equipped with drive-through windows, fine dining restaurants like Donny’s Glidden Lodge have had to develop limited menus and carry-out plans. Chris Jacobs from the Village Kitchen in Casco had to prevent customers from their morning routine Wednesday when they came in, having them order their cup of coffee and croissant breakfast sandwich to go. She is thankful for the community supporting her business and others as they sort things out.

Governor Tony Evers banned the use of indoor dining rooms earlier this week when he called for an end of mass gatherings of 10 or more people while the state continues to grapple with the impact of the coronavirus. 


Click here to see the Wisconsin Restaurant Association list of businesses staying open during the coronavirus outbreak

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