UPDATE: New Braunfels restaurants close temporarily after employees test positive for COVID-19

Muck & Fuss has closed temporarily after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)
Muck & Fuss has closed temporarily after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)

Muck & Fuss has closed temporarily after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Mozie's is on the main corner in Gruene. The restaurant will be closed temporarily after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. (Community Impact Newspaper)
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2tarts Bakery will be closed until June 11 while employees are tested for the coronavirus and the bakery is cleaned. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)
UPDATE: 9:00 a.m., June 9

On June 8, Muck & Fuss announced that the restaurant will be closed until further notice after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

According to the restaurant, the employee was last at work June 5 at 4 p.m.

During the closure, the building will be professionally cleaned and sanitized, and all employees will be tested for the coronavirus before returning to work.

UPDATE: 2:30 p.m., June 8


Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar announced June 8 that the restaurant will be closed until June 12 after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

According to the announcement, the restaurant will be closed to be sanitized and cleaned, and the employee had no close contact with other staff or customers when they were last at work.

Mozie’s also announced June 8 that the restaurant will be closed temporarily after an employee who last worked May 28 tested positive for COVID-19.

The restaurant has not released an expected reopening date, but a post from the business states that the building will be sanitized and cleaned, and testing has been made available to all Mozie’s employees.

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2tarts Bakery announced June 7 that it will be closed temporarily after a part-time employee tested positive for COVID-19.

According to a post by the bakery, the shop will be closed until Thursday, June 11, as all employees are tested and the building is cleaned and sanitized.

Customers with scheduled pickups for June 6-10 should email the bakery at manager@2tarts.com for a refund.

The announcement comes after McAdoo’s Seafood Company closed Saturday, June 6, after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

Remaining staff at McAdoo’s were tested for the virus, and the building was cleaned and sanitized before reopening Sunday, June 7, at 11 a.m., according to a post from the restaurant.

Granzin’s Bar-B-Q closed May 20 after two employees tested positive for the coronavirus; it reopened May 30 for carryout and June 8 for dine-in service.

Dine-in restaurants that have less than 51% of their gross receipts from the sale of alcohol have been able to operate at 50% capacity since May 22 and will be able to expand to 75% capacity June 12 as part of Phase 3 of Gov. Abbott’s Open Texas plan.
By Lauren Canterberry
Lauren began covering New Braunfels for Community Impact Newspaper in 2019. Her reporting focuses on education, development, breaking news and community interest stories. Lauren is originally from South Carolina and is a graduate of the University of Georgia.


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