Indoor dining begins again in Michigan's rural restaurants
Michigan's restaurants were allowed to open indoor dining at 25% capacity Monday with a 10:00p.m. curfew. Many restaurant owners are relieved to serve food indoors for the first time since November.
Misti Lake, co-owner of the River City Inn in the Manistee National forest, runs the business with her husband and their three kids, who serve as their only employees.
Misti spoke with IPR’s Kendra Carr about their reopening plans and what it’s been like to be a restaurant owner in rural Michigan over the last year.