Wednesday, January 13, 2021

The Dotte Can Drink Until Midnight

Quick peek at local COVID rules relaxing JUST A BIT across the state as we cope with the "mostly peaceful" transition of power and/or the downfall of the republic sparked by social media slap fighting.

Check-it . . .

Relaxed health order allows Wyandotte County bars, restaurants to serve patrons until midnight

Bars, restaurants and taverns in Wyandotte County will be allowed to serve patrons until midnight and to stay open until 12:30 a.m. starting on Wednesday.Dr. Allen Greiner, the Unified Government Department of Public Health Medical Officer, issued a new health order on Tuesday after getting feedback from local small business owners.The new order relaxes guidance from a local health order originally issued on Nov.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bye bye KC bars. Announce going out of business now and beat the rush.

Anonymous said...

Johnson and Wyandotte Counties are open until midnight. Leavenworth County does not have any mandates. Will KC begin to rethink its ridiculous and irrational regulations or will it just let all of the bar business go across the state line?

Anonymous said...

If I lived in shithole Wyandotte County, I would drink 24/7, all day everyday.

Anonymous said...

You live in a shithole dumbass. Look around Kansas City.

Anonymous said...

^^And yet YOU'RE here. Dumbass. Weird.

Anonymous said...

sammy's - now that's a real fart bar right there, very respectable

Anonymous said...

If I lived in the dotte I would just get drunk and stay drunk and fuck women with tattoos. All the women in the dotte put out pretty easy. They ain’t got much else going for them.

Anonymous said...

^^sortta like you INCEL?

Anonymous said...

Jackson County leaders have extended the hours that bars and restaurants can be open after other local municipalities issued more relaxed health restrictions.

The order amends dining restrictions, allowing bars and restaurants to serve food and alcohol until 12 a.m. with a hard close at 12:30 a.m.

All other provisions related to indoor dining remain in effect.

The new order takes effect at 12:01 a.m. Thursday, January 14. It will continue indefinitely with no specific end date.