Kimo's Sportsbar in Richland and Koko's Bartini in Kennewick are getting slapped with liquor license suspensions for 180 days. The two restaurants chose to open to the public, against statewide orders to cease indoor dining. Naturally, the debate rages on as to whether this does any good in preventing the spread of coronavirus, as many establishments simply put up tents outside so you can eat indoors, except outside. Wait, did that make sense? You can't eat indoors but you can eat inside (a tent) that is outdoors. Okay, I think I got it. No, I think I don't, whatever. It's okay to order your food for take out and eat it in Aisle 6 at Walmart, though.

 

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