Fayetteville, W.Va. – (WVVA) “We do our best to bypass what is given to us. I think the 75% max capacity couldn’t come at a better time. We definitely see more people come to Fayetteville and earlier in the season, ”said Cassidy Bayes, co-owner of Southside Junction.
Bayes has been a co-owner of Southside Junction Tap House since May 2018 and says that, like many establishments, this pandemic has had a negative impact on the business.
“Especially last summer, we were making about just under 50% of our normal monthly sales,” Bayes said. “So we suffered a hard blow. People don’t really want to go out and share a beer with their buddies in the middle of a pandemic. You know?”
Since capacity limits changed for Mountain State, Bayes said she was …
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