Popular Grand Junction Bar Reopened After COVID Closing
We are getting lots of great news this week about Grand Junction establishments reopening after closing due to employees or friends testing positive for COVID-19. On Wednesday we released the information regarding Bin 707 Foodbar, TacoParty, and Bin Burger all reopening after having an employee test positive. And now we are finding out that Charlie Dwellington's has now reopened their doors to customers as well.
The details were released on their Facebook page just yesterday, but the doors are open and customers can stop in for some food or a beverage. Obviously, after the shut down they are still asking customers to take social distancing recommendations seriously as they don't want to have to shut down again.
And we know there has been confusion lately regarding masks especially here in Mesa County, here is the latest information from Mesa County Public Health. Governor Polis said some things in a press conference that some took as saying that we no longer had a mask mandate in Mesa County and that isn't the case. We are all still being asked to wear a mask.
The most important news is that one of Grand Junctions' most popular bars has reopened for business which is fantastic news as we go into the weekend. I'm sure there will be lots of people that are happy to hear that Charlie Dwellington's is back open and they will see lots of customers this weekend.
Fingers crossed we don't hear of any other local bars or restaurants having to shut down even temporarily due to COVID.