The banquet services at home, will also have restricted hours by the Dry Law that will apply in Coahuila by October 18 elections. José Antonio Marquez González, director of the Association of Restaurants, Bars and Banquets (AREBB), indicated that in this sense, the Prohibition goes hand in hand with Covid-19 pandemic and commented: “We are clear that in addition to respecting the pandemic, we have to be complying with the instructions of the authority for the electoral process”.
In such a way that caterers who have been hired to serve home dinners will have to end the service before midnight this Friday, in order to comply with the measures.
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Marquez González pointed out that in this way Banquets will be served at times that allow diners to respect the indication of the authority. Of the more than one hundred members that make up this group, at least twenty of them are dedicated to providing banquet services.
He explained that in the Comarca Lagunera, the association had a meeting with all the union members with the aim of communicating the issue of the elections, so that bars will not be able to sell alcohol and caterers will also have to restrict service hours, in order to avoid problems with the authority and that fines are generated.