Reopening News for Restaurants
The state has issued extensive changes to the red-to-green reopening framework plan. In addition to a new, least restrictive Turquoise level, changes have been made to activities permitted under both yellow and green. To learn more about the changes use the button below.
Also, multiple New Mexico counties improved in the state’s Red to Green Framework for safe reopening during the coronavirus pandemic. If your county has moved to yellow, green or turquoise the change is immediate and you can begin serving in your dining rooms TODAY. If your county moved back a level you have 48 hours to comply.
This week on New Mexico Restaurants NOW!, we are featuring George Gundrey owner & operator of Tomasita’s in Santa Fe and Albuqueruqe and Atrisco Cafe & Bar in Santa Fe. Learn more about both of the restaurants on their NMRA profile page.
In an effort designed to provide local communities the flexibility to operate more day-to-day activities, the state of New Mexico will transition to a tiered county-bycounty COVID-19 risk system, enabling local communities to shed burdensome restrictions. Here is the update for this week.
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A few years in we finally joined the New Mexico Restaurant Association. We have gained so much knowledge by being members. NMRA saved us a lot of money and energy when it came to discounts on services such as worker’s comp, music licensing, credit card processing, etc.
NMRA gives the new restaurateur the power of a bigger company. The biggest benefit is that the NMRA sticks up for our industry on the government level. Their powerful voice speaks up for us and has saved our restaurants from potential costly legislation that could be devastating to the operator.
We now have nine restaurants in New Mexico. Our growth has been influenced by our membership.”
CEO Home on The Range, Inc.
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