Area restaurants brace for a rough winter amid pandemic restrictions By Haley O’Brien November 18, 2020 Restaurants are bracing for a rough winter as the industry continues to be one of the hardest hit by the pandemic. Lyman Winner remembers the way things used to look at his fine dining restaurant in the Poconos. “Back […]
Pennsylvania bar and restaurant owners have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. And now they are asking the state to allow them to reopen fully.
Governor Tom Wolf has announced a plan to provide new financial relief to bars and restaurants during the pandemic.
The Lehigh Valley Restaurant Owners Alliance held a rally Monday afternoon on Main Street Bethlehem in response to the governor’s recent veto of legislation to further open up those establishments.
Pennsylvania’s bars and restaurants will soon be able to seat patrons indoors at up to 50 percent of their capacity.