Firewater bottles up for winter

Local restaurant to close dining room temporarily as slow months arrive in Valley

 

November 18, 2020

Joshua Wood

The "Nope" sign at Firewater is lit up on November 16. The local eatery has closed its dining room effective immediately.

Despite what appeared to be a late boost to the tourist economy in the Valley, the economic impacts from the coronavirus (COVID-19) are still being felt as temperatures drop and confirmed cases continue to rise. The effects of those economic impacts are being seen as at least one local restaurant is preparing to reduce business.

Firewater Public House (Firewater) will be ceasing dining room operations for the foreseeable future beginning as of November 16. In an email to the Saratoga Sun, Danny Burau, owner of Firewater, reflected on the difficult decision.

"We don't exactly know what the n...



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