According to the Denver Post, a Castle Rock restaurant allowed crowds of diners to flood their restaurant on Mother's Day.

C&C Coffee & Kitchen, a breakfast and Korean kitchen at 4284 Trail Boss Drive, allowed customers to dine in-house, defying the statewide 'Safer At Home' order to do so.

Gov. Jared Polis is hopeful that restaurants will reopen near June 14, but as of now, allowing dine-in services in restaurants is illegal.

Hundreds flocked to celebrate Mother's Day at C&C.

The restaurant was not practicing social distancing with their tables. Most customer didn't wear masks, including the staff members preparing and serving the food.


Source: The Denver Post