By David Pan and Jana Hill
Mukilteo and Mill Creek editors 

Phase 2 rollout has restaurants in pivot mode

Indoor dining option draws varied responses

 

Last updated 2/10/2021 at 12:11pm

David Pan

Sage & Cinder has a cover over its deck for outdoor dining.

McMenamin's and Diamond Knot are accustomed to a beer-and-burgers crowd. Sage & Cinder caters to a craft-cocktail-vegan crowd.

But the three restaurants have something in common – the ability to pivot.

Restaurants are again allowed to offer indoor dining at 25% capacity, as of Feb. 1, when the county moved into Phase 2. State restrictions were lifted due to an improvement in COVID-19 metrics in the Puget Sound area, which includes Snohomish County.

McMenamin's was doing relatively well even before the restriction-lift, as they pushed to adhere to state rules.

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