Restaurants Adjust To Relaxed COVID Restrictions In MinnesotaRestaurants and indoor entertainment maintain 50% capacity limits but now can have up to 250 people maximum, which is an increase from 150.
COVID Restrictions: Gov. Walz Announces Increased Indoor Limits For Businesses, Restaurants Can Stay Open Until 11 P.M.As part of “cautious, common sense adjustments”, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced on Friday further loosening of restrictions on businesses that include increased indoor capacity limits. Restaurants will also be able to stay open until 11 p.m.
AG Ellison: Monticello Restaurant That Violated Indoor Dining Restrictions Will Pay $10K In SettlementMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says a Monticello restaurant, Cornerstone Café, reached a settlement with his office after violating indoor dining restrictions in December.
Entertainment Venues Open Doors As COVID Restrictions Relax: 'It's A Great Feeling'Minnesota entertainment venues are opening their doors for the first time in weeks after Gov. Tim Walz relaxed COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID Restrictions: MDH Takes Legal Action Against 2 Restaurants; Court Orders Another To Halt Indoor DiningThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Attorney General Keith Ellison’s Office on Monday announced legal actions being made against three restaurants that they say have violated executive orders restricting indoor dining.
COVID Restrictions: Hospitality Groups Call Gov’s Expected Extension To Indoor Dining Pause ‘Shameful And Unjust’Hospitality groups in Minnesota are criticizing the governor’s expected actions of continuing the indoor dining pause, saying the “shameful” restrictions are not supported by the state’s COVID-19 data.
Wayzata BrewWorks Announces Closure, Blames Gov’s Actions For ‘Unnecessary Financial Hardship’Wayzata BrewWorks in Wayzata has announced it will be closing after nearly five years of operation, citing the “unnecessary financial hardship” caused by the state’s COVID-19 restrictions.