Follow the Florida example:... We're pretty concerned that when our governor finally opens up the bars to the public here, our regular monthly venue (the Dragonhorn) will no longer be in business.
What makes me (and many others) mad is the fact that breweries and bars that are also restaurants are allowed to be open (albeit at only 50% capacity). And virtually none of these places have live music with the exception of acoustic duos or trios. There's just one decent venue in town that's running live electric music...a bowling alley that happens to also serve food. (They never had live music prior to this.) And nine bazillion bands lining up to play for little or no money just to play in front of an audience. According to news reports I've read, NM has the most stringent COVID-related restrictions of any state. Saying any more about the situation would get into the political realm, so I'll just leave it at that.Follow the Florida example:
Florida Shuts Down Consumption of Alcohol at Bars Statewide