Castle Rock Restaurant Defies State Social Distancing Orders And Gets Completely Packed With People On Mother’s Day

A Colorado restaurant has taken upon themselves to open up on Mother’s day despite the statewide order that limits restaurants to takeout and delivery service.

On Sunday, Castle Rock’s C&C Coffee and Kitchen told customers they were opening their doors and within hours the entire restuarant was packed with people who didn’t appear to be distancing from each other or wearing masks.

Via Denver Post

A Castle Rock restaurant saw big crowds Sunday when it fully reopened for Mother’s Day in open defiance of the statewide public health order that limits restaurants to takeout and delivery services.

Customers packed C&C Coffee and Kitchen on Trail Boss Drive on Sunday, filling the restaurant’s tables, its patio and forming a line out the door for dine-in service.

Whitehill said he was surprised to see the large crowd when he arrived. Wearing a mask, he went inside to try to pick up his order, which he’d already paid for, but left right away, without his food, after realizing that none of the staff were wearing masks and no one inside was practicing social distancing, he said.
“It was unbelievable to me,” said Nick Whitehill, who’d ordered food for what he thought would be curbside pickup Sunday.

Here’s the sign that was put up in front of the restaurant this morning.

Castle Rock’s C&C Coffee and Kitchen is located at 4284 Trail Boss Dr #100 in Castle Rock, Colorado.