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San Diego County has closed Pacific Beach’s crowded restaurant



San Diego County shut down a Pacific Beach restaurant and bar Friday after video surfaced of crowds flowing with public orders, requiring patrons to practice socializing.

At the county’s daily briefing Friday, Supervisor Nathan Fletcher played a video of people Thursday at El Prez on Mission Boulevard a few blocks south of Grand Avenue. People gathered on the first day that San Diego County restaurants were allowed to reopen for in-person dining.

“We cannot just tolerate such blatant and deliberate violations of our public-health order,”

; Fletcher said, calling it “one of the most serious” violations he has ever seen.

The facility, he said, “will remain closed until further notice.”

In a statement, the restaurant said it is reopening that management will need to take further steps “to ensure our customers, employees and communities are safe.”

El Prez

An employee closes windows in El Prez after being ordered to close early at the end of Memorial Day in San Diego. A man later approached a window, identifying himself as the manager and shouting at the photographer, “We are not open thanks to journalists.”

(Sam Hodgson / San Diego Union-Tribune)

The restaurant plans to work with county and law enforcement officials on how best to move forward “in the safest way possible” and create new policies that employees and customers should follow.

“We ask our patrons to help us respect and adhere to these mandatory rules,” the statement read. “We know there will be a learning curve for them as well.”

Additional protocols include new signages to better encourage social travel along the lines leading to the restaurant, and the addition of a security guard that will remind people of the rules.

Customers are allowed to enter only when there is a table available and must wear masks.

“And if that doesn’t work, we will continue to grow as needed to make sure we do our best, putting the safety of our customers, employees and communities at risk,” the statement read.

Fletcher said this is the only restaurant the county has closed for violations.




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