A Dallas-area couple says they were recently asked by a restaurant to either take off their face masks or leave the establishment. Natalie Wester and Jose Lopez said they were meeting friends at Hang Time Sports Grill & Bar in Rowlett on the night of Sept. 10 and that after placing an order for drinks and an appetizer their waitress said they needed to remove their face masks or leave.
The parents of an immunocompromised 4-month-old said they were forced to end a rare night out early after a restaurant manager in Rowlett, Texas, kicked them out of his establishment for wearing face masks. The couple has said they are both fully vaccinated but were wearing the masks in an effort to further protect their vulnerable infant son by limiting the possibility that they might bring the virus home to him. The manager of Hang Time Sports Grill & Bar, however, has said he believes strongly in his “no masks” rule.
A Texas restaurant owner who kicked out a family because they refused to take off their masks is speaking out – but he’s not apologizing. Tom Blackmer, owner of Hang Time Sports Grill and Bar, says there’s plenty of signage notifying customers that protective masks are forbidden inside his establishment – so he can’t be blamed if people don’t take the time to educate themselves before coming inside. “When they put their masks on the other night, they were reminded at the front to take it off,” he says. “They didn’t want to, and so we asked them to leave.”
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A Texas bar enforced its "no masks allowed" policy and kicked out a couple who were wearing masks inside the establishment to protect their immunocompromised 4-month-old son. Natalie Wester and her husband met up with friends at Hang Time Sports Bar and Grill in Rowlett earlier this month and were unaware of the bar’s "no masks" rule, she wrote on Facebook.
This is a story you don't often hear about. In the era of mask mandates, vaccine passports, and vaccine mandates, it's rare to hear about a business throwing people out because they were wearing masks. But that's what happened at Hang Time Sports Grill & Bar in Rowlett, TX last...
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New parents were kicked out of a Texas restaurant for **gasp** wearing a mask. Here’s a story that just screams “What happens in Texas.” A young couple was kicked out of a restaurant in a suburb outside Dallas because the couple wanted to wear masks while they sat and waited for their food. Apparently, the owner of the restaurant doesn’t **believe** in masks and despite the fact that the couple is parents to a newborn child with cystic fibrosis and wanted to minimize their chances of contracting COVID-19, they were told to take their masks off or leave. So they left.
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