The corona traffic light in the district shows red.
For gastronomy, among other things, this means that it ends at 10 p.m.
Again, this affects bars and nightspots the most.
Bad Tölz -
Bad Tölz -
The “Pistolero” announced on Sunday morning on its Facebook page that it was not possible to work economically due to the shortened curfew.
As operator Johannes Mottl says on request, there was no alternative to this step.
"We tried it on Saturday, but found that most people don't come before 8.30 or 9 pm." That is understandable, since you usually go to a club after dinner.
Those who were there would have followed all the rules in an exemplary manner.
Economically, however, the whole thing was at the limit with a capacity utilization of 20 percent or less.
Since he expected that the situation would not improve, he saw "no point" in keeping it open.
“We are an evening and night club.
For us, the restrictions are basically an operating ban. ”Whether and how it will continue: He cannot say that at the moment.
"I assume that we will be closed for the next few months."
Even before the weekend, the Tölzer “Bar N19” announced that it would no longer be open.
The "Kult" also reports that it is still closed.
The “owl” on Demmeljochstrasse will also remain closed.
“The pub is just too small,” says operator Simone Spichala.
She also runs the “Groovy Sue” next door - and that has saved her so far.
"Because we also offer food there, we were open from 5 pm in the summer and were able to run the beer garden." She lives from her regular guests.
“But that also makes it easier for us to keep track of things.” She currently has no employees, her husband and she run the restaurant together.
She does not know what effect the now shortened opening times will have.
“After 8 p.m., nobody is actually there.” She is very happy about her great landlady, who has a lot of understanding for the current situation.
“But we are looking into an uncertain future.
Who knows how long we can keep it that way. "
Rocks Off operator: "I'll fight"
The "Rocks Off" is currently still open, even if operator Francesco "Dino" Garrasi says: "Sales are 87 percent less than before Corona." If it now closes at 10 p.m., it will get even worse.
“But I'll fight.
The Rocks Off has been around for 29 years, and it should definitely be 30 years old. "
Like Mottl, however, he made the observation that nobody comes to the pub at 6 p.m.
“Many of them are still working or want to have dinner first.” He can understand that.
It now opens on Friday and Saturday from 7pm to 10pm.
“It's all a catastrophe.” For the Halloween party scheduled for Saturday, he has meanwhile received one rejection after the other.
He still wants to hold them for his regular guests.
"It's just meant as a thank you, even if I don't really earn anything that evening."
Shelter Pub: "It's a game of chance if someone comes"
Philip Behler from the “Shelter Pub” opened at 6pm last weekend.
“I just wanted to try it out.” Ultimately, however, only a few people came, four to five tables were occupied.
"My guests usually come from 10 pm." As things stand now, he will no longer unlock the door from the coming weekend - "unless there are unexpectedly many reservations".
But those who reserved tables all canceled.
"If I open the door, it's a game of chance whether someone really comes," says Behler.
That makes it impossible to plan.
He also does not assume that anything will change in the near future.
“Everyone is fighting.
If we have to close for another five months, only a fraction of the nightspots will be able to survive. "
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