GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Restaurant and bar owners across Michigan are excited to reopen for dine-in services after being closed for nearly three months.
A new MDHHS order allows both bars and restaurants to reopen February 1 for dine-in services with a 25% capacity and a 10 p.m. curfew.
The owner of That Early Bird, 1445 Lake Dr. SE in Grand Rapids, says she is feeling good about the reopening and says it appears the state is going in a positive direction.
"25% is a small amount but its kind of a nice, comfortable progressional step for us we have been safe and contentious during the entire pandemic," owner Sarah Wepman says.
There will only be 10-12 people inside the restaurant eating at a time. They will also be serving food for takeout.
Wepman also owns also Quarantinos across the street from That Early Bird, and The Little Bird in downtown Grand Rapids which is temporarily closed.
That Early Bird will offer its full menu Monday through Friday from 7am to 4pm and from 4pm to 8om have a Little Bird burger pop-up.
Delivery and take-out are also available.
For more information about That Early Bird, visit their website.