Stories tagged: "pause"

Photo courtesy the Office of the Governor
Michigan Restaurants Reopen With Limited Capacity, Contact Tracing

New safety precautions to prevent a resurgence of the coronavirus are on the menu as Michigan restaurants resume indoor dining.

PLYMOUTH, MI  - APRIL 22: A sign displays "Open Carry Out Only" at a restaurant as the coronavirus pandemic continues on April 22, 2020 in Plymouth, Michigan. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued a stay at home executive order for non-essential workers on March 24th and has banned all gatherings, public or private for the entire State due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.  (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images)
Judge Refuses to Block Ban on Michigan Indoor Dining

Since patrons cannot wear masks as they eat and drink, a US district judge decided that indoor dining should remain closed in accordance with the governor’s order.

Local businesses like Detroit's Ivy Kitchen + Cocktails can survive Gov. Whitmer's three-week pause to indoor dining thanks to outdoors, curbside, and delivery solutions.
WATCH: Detroit’s Ivy Kitchen Closed Once, But Is Surviving Now. Here’s How.

The best way to see your favorite neighborhood restaurants through the three-week pause is to keep eating—with safe take-out or delivery options, of course! Here’s the story of a chic eatery nestled in a historic neighborhood.

The ‘Pause,’ Election Lawsuits, and New Black Leaders: Michigan’s Weekly News Quiz

Michiganders have been buzzing about Detroit’s vote this week. But do you know the story behind it? Quiz yourself!