RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Rio Rancho businesses take different approaches to the “reset” when deciding to stay open or temporarily close.
On Nov. 16, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s public-health order took effect. When announcing the new order Nov. 13, she referred to it as a “reset.”
O’Hare’s Grille & Pub has learned from the first round of shutdowns in March, said co-owner Heather Armstrong. The business is evaluating its to-go orders over the next two weeks to determine if the restaurant should temporarily close.
This decision also depends on if the governor extends the public-health order, Armstrong said.