CO governor yanks Castle Rock diner’s business license
You’ve seen it by now — video of the diner in Castle Rock, Colorado, that opened on Mother’s Day with standing-room-only crowds. Well, now you see it, now you don’t.
The opening of the C & C Breakfast & Korean Kitchen was in direct violation of Governor Jared Polis’s “safer at home” orders and today he suspended their license indefinitely — or for at least 30 days.
“I expected it to be busy. I never expected this,” owner April Arellano said. “I’m so happy so many people came out to support the Constitution and stand up for what is right. We did our time. We did our two weeks. We did more than two weeks…and we were failing. We had to do something.”
The governor thought otherwise. Under his orders, Colorado restaurants are limited to delivery and pickup service until May 31.
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