Cliff House Open Again After Deal Is Reached
The mimosas were flowing again at the Cliff House, which reopened Saturday after closing, reopening, then closing again due to the federal government shutdown.
“We have the blessing of the National Park Service and we are open for business,” said manager Bob Kovacs on Sunday. “Come on down.”
This kind of thing should not be happening simply because some people don’t want other people to have better, less expensive health care options available to them.
The restaurant, which employs 170 workers, was losing about $10,000 a day during the closure, the owners estimated. Most of the perishable food was donated to food banks.