“From 7th Avenue to 8th Avenue, completely blocked off,” he said. Becker is the operating partner at ART Burger and Sushi Bar on 8th Avenue. He’s talking about the barricades the city put up as part of its traffic control plan for the music fest. Becker said while they were still busy during CCMF, he believes the barricades hindered the foot traffic they’re used to seeing during the busy weekend.
“A big thing was a lot of people who live in the Grand Strand area who decided they were going to go to CCMF came to us for the first time and so I hope we get a lot more customers,” Deegan said. Deegan said they had a plan in place to help things go smoothly, such as switching the food menu to grab-and-go and splitting up bartenders.
“I’m happy with the numbers we did. However, just given how everything was set up in years past, I know they could’ve been better,” Daniel Becker said. This year was the brewery’s first time experiencing the CCMF crowds. It opened back in February.
Copyright 2021 WMBF. All rights reserved. “I understand safety,” Becker said. “I understand they have their logistics to figure out, but maybe hopefully we can learn something from it and make some changes next year.”
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