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California restaurant 105 Noshery extends closure due to understaffing

What would normally be a busy day has turned into unanswered calls as restaurants take a break. 105 Noshery in Roseville closed last week and was scheduled to reopen on Wednesday, but this has now been delayed for two more days. The shutdown comes amid a number of workers falling ill. Lisa Peters, owner of 105 Noshery, said that while the employees are eager to get home, “We really believe that we have to make sure everyone is safe, so hopefully Friday.” Eddie Salcedo, who was stopping by the restaurant to celebrate his wife’s birthday and retirement, said he felt compassion for workers who don’t work as a team. A few doors down the same block, The Monk’s Cellar and Public House general manager Kelly Long said it closed last week for the same reason. To maintain the best environment for our staff and customers and not expose anyone to more potential illnesses, we have chosen to close our restaurant, ”said Long. Despite the shutdown, Long hopes they will return to normal soon and adds that they, ‘Meanwhile, the two restaurants are awaiting COVID-19 testing, they say they have ordered to continue testing their employees. more days, which is why the staff are not able to get tested, ”said Peters. Other restaurants like Mikuni Sushi and Chando’s Tacos currently only offer take-out services.

What would normally be a busy day has turned into unanswered calls as restaurants take a break.

105 Noshery in Roseville closed last week and was scheduled to reopen on Wednesday, but this has now been delayed for two more days.

The shutdown comes as a number of workers fall ill.

Lisa Peters, owner of 105 Noshery, said that while the employees are eager to get home, “We really believe that we have to make sure everyone is safe, so we hope Friday.”

Eddie Salcedo, who stopped by the restaurant to celebrate his wife’s birthday and retirement, said he had compassion for workers who are no longer working.

“It’s a little bad for everyone right now because a lot of people are losing their jobs because of the pandemic,” Salcedo said.

A few doors down the same block, The Monk’s Cellar and Public House general manager Kelly Long said it closed last week for the same reason.

“We had several staff members who fell ill quickly, so what we decided to do in order to maintain the best environment for our staff and customers and to not expose anyone to more potential illnesses, we chose to shutting down our restaurant, ”Long said.

Despite the shutdown, Long says they hope they will return to normal soon and adds that they are on the cusp of being fully staffed.

In the meantime, the two restaurants are awaiting the COVID-19 tests they say they have ordered to continue testing their employees.

“We continue to monitor the follow-up and it just keeps adding up five more days and five more days, and that’s why the staff are not able to get tested,” Peters said.

Other restaurants like Mikuni Sushi and Chando’s Tacos currently only offer take-out services.

Richard Dement

The author Richard Dement