“Staff and guest concerns”: Several Oakville restaurants will remain closed for in-person meals and take-out until 2022


A bunch of well-known Oakville restaurants have made the tough decision to stay closed for in-person dining and take out in the New Year.

Inside Halton learned that restaurants, including Resto Bar board, The Firestation, Por Vida Mezcal & Mexican and Cucci, all restaurants under the aegis of the Catch Hospitality Group have temporarily closed their doors for meals and take-out.

These restaurants had initially planned to remain closed until December 29, but has since extended that closure until January 4.

“With great caution we are making tough decisions again. We have addressed all customer and staff concerns and have decided to remain closed until January 4, 2022,” Catch management said in a statement. in line. “We’re sorry to have to cancel your current reservations, but we believe that with the increase in the number (of COVID-19 cases) and the number of people who have visited family and friends over Christmas, it is it is the right decision for Catch Hospitality and our employees to remain closed. “

While many clients and residents understand the reason for the closures and applaud them, some, including Glen Royer, have expressed frustration with the decisions.

“We had to change our plans,” he said, adding that his family had planned to have dinner at the fire station on New Years Eve. “It will always be good but just unhappy when you have to change your plans. “

Halton Region reported more than 400 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.


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