Sonoma County Restaurants, Wineries Allowed More Freedom As It Enters Ca's Red Tier

Posted: Mar 16, 2021

The last time customers were able to dine inside of Cafe La Haye in Sonoma was back in June.

"It's been challenging to say the least," said owner Saul Gropman.

They were able to stay afloat by the addition of six outdoor tables on the sidewalk as well as increased take out orders.

"The biggest challenge has been communication from the state," said Gropman about the changing regulations as the virus has surged through the community.

Sonoma County has faced some of the harshest restrictions in the state. When the Blueprint for a Safer Economy was implemented in August, they remained in the purple tier even as neighboring counties dipped into less restrictive tiers.

"The restrictions from the health departments are widely different from Napa to Sonoma counties," observed Gropman.

By Matt Boone
March 14, 2021

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