DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado bar house owners are working to higher perceive tips laid out by the Colorado Division of Public Well being and Setting pertaining to eating places reopening within the state.
Jeremy Matzke, proprietor of the Owl Saloon on East Colfax says they began getting ready for the potential of reopening even earlier than the rules have been launched.
“I attempted to foretell the most effective I might, however I don’t have a crystal ball or tarot playing cards,” stated Matzke.
Matzke and his workforce put in plexiglass throughout the bar to separate clients from bartenders. He says additionally they plan to test temperatures of all employees on responsibility.
The rules launched to eating places by the CDPHE lay out how companies should function upon reopening, comparable to limiting capability to 50 p.c with a most of 50 folks, and limiting occasion sizes to not more than eight folks.
Matzke says their enterprise is primarily a bar however they do have a full kitchen and restaurant seating.
“Within the state, there are two sorts of liquor licenses. There’s a tavern license and there’s a resort/restaurant license. We right here at Owl Saloon are fortunate as a result of we fell below the resort/restaurant license so we’re positive,” stated Matzke.
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