Fayetteville restaurants close temporarily due to COVID-19


Courtesy: Feed and Folly via Facebook

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — Fayetteville restaurants Feed and Folly, The Farmer’s Table Cafe, and Theo’s have decided to shut down for the next few days due to rising cases of COVID-19.

According to a post made on the restaurant’s Facebook page July 30, Feed and Folly will reopen August 4.

The post says even thought most of the staff is vaccinated, it was decided it was best to clean the restaurant and have staff retested for the virus.

According to the post, the time off is also being used to give employees a break and conduct maintenance on the restaurant.

The Farmer’s Table Cafe also announced on Facebook on July 30 it was closing July 31-August 2 due to a rise in cases.

The restaurant says it has had two vaccinated employees test positive with mild symptoms.

Farmer’s Table will re-open on August 3 with changes to its dining structure. It will no longer be seating inside.

The restaurant says employees will be wearing masks and asks customers to wear masks.

Farmer’s Table will also be offering curbside pickup again.

On July 28, Theo’s announced on Facebook it was closing for the weekend due to the rising case numbers.

The restaurant says it will reopen on Monday, and it has reinstated its mask policy.

Theo’s will also undergo a cleaning while it is closed.

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