Plate & Pint temporarily closes inside dining area

Sports pub cites “proactive measures” against recent COVID-19 spikes in Kitsap County

Plate & Pint temporarily closes inside dining area

Local sports pub, The Plate & Pint, has temporarily closed its inside dining area as of July 7 to take precautionary health and safety steps with the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Kitsap County.

“At The Plate & Pint, we have taken proactive measures and will continue to update our customers and staff to ensure all those who enter our doors are at ease as your safety is our primary concern,” the pub’s Facebook statement reads.

Takeout and curbside pickup will still be available through online ordering at theplateandpint.hrpos.heartland.us or by calling at 206-451-4433.

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