Others are taking a more cautious approach. Masks are optional at Booche’s, but it will continue to spread out tables and limit bar seating. Harpo’s Bar & Grill will not enforce mask-wearing or social distancing. Fluffybutt Cookies will not require masks, though employees will put on masks at customers’ request. Restaurants like Pizza Tree and Sparky’s Homemade Ice Cream will keep conducting business as they did during the pandemic, which means masks and social distancing, employees told KOMU.
Some restaurants are diving headfirst into normalcy. Restaurants and grocery stores
A Silverball manager told KOMU the bar will be going “100% back to normal.” Shortwave Coffee also told KOMU it will attempt business as usual, though owner Munir Mohammad said, “We’re just going to wait and see what happens.” Many businesses took to social media leading up to the order’s expiration to lay out their plans. Some will continue requiring masks to enter, while others are leaving it up to the customers.
Salons, shops and more Many stores, salons and other facilities around town will continue to require masks. “We will keep the masks, I think, until the CDC says no masks are needed inside,” owner Patty Clover said. “That’s our take on masks. Everybody hates them, but we just don’t want to risk anybody.”
Clovers Natural Market will require masks to shop. Grocery stores can also decide their own policies. At EatWell, Schnucks and Hy-Vee, employees still need to wear masks but customers can choose to go without.
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