Posted by Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub| June 11, 2020
Huron Township bars and restaurants have announced they are open for dine-in service.
On June 1, Governor Whitmer announced that bars and restaurants could reopen following a forced closing in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Restaurants that open will be required to maintain additional safety measures and guidelines, including a capacity limit inside of the business.
Some local restaurants have posted on social media that they are now open for dine-in.
A phone call to Woodside Meadows golf course confirmed that they are also open for dine-in service. The business does not operate a social media page. They are located at 20820 Inkster Road.
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