HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Friday is the final evening for indoor eating for eating places in Pennsylvania for some time. One Harrisburg restaurant was flooded with reservations as quickly as the brand new guidelines have been introduced, however being closed for the subsequent few weeks shall be robust for them.
Cheri Lyons is a waitress and bartender at Greystone Public Home in Harrisburg. She is devastated that her office has to shut down.
“It breaks my coronary heart to depart tonight,” Lyons stated. “We principally had simply gotten caught up with all the pieces that we went by means of being shut down for 3 months final time. And now we’re taking a look at 3 weeks after this. It’s very very upsetting to say the least.”
Proprietor Jason Viscount says Greystone will make it by means of the non permanent shutdown, however he’s involved about his staff.
“That is their time to generate profits, purchase presents for his or her household and youngsters and I’ve to inform them you recognize, we’re not going to be open and also you’re going to be laid off,” Viscount stated.
Within the countdown to the cutoff a gaggle of shoppers did their Christmas giving somewhat early by giving Cheri a $500 tip.
“It simply actually touched my coronary heart that individuals notice what we’re going by means of,” Lyons stated. “They instructed me ‘Merry Christmas, hold your head up.’”
The additional money is nice, however the change isn’t.
“In the event that they wish to shut issues down, supposedly for the better good, not less than handle the people that you’re forcing out of a job,” Lyons stated.
The restrictions is probably not everlasting. Their impacts is perhaps.
We actually depend on this month. And this season it’s not solely robust for the second however for the months to return,” Lyons stated.