Jimmy’s Roadhouse, Wildroast Coffee is among the restaurants penalized by the state health department


LANSING, Michigan. – The Michigan State Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) said today the Michigan State Police (MSP) announced quotes issued to restaurants in December that violated gatherings at local restaurants.

“I thank the vast majority of restaurant and bar owners for helping to curb the spread of COVID-19 by temporarily shutting down their indoor services,” said Robert Gordon, director of MDHHS. “We continue to see improvements in numbers and we know public health orders are working. I look forward to the day when indoor services can reopen. “

The full list of infringing restaurants and the fines imposed by them can be found below:

  • Café Rosetta, Califet, 102 Fifth Street, issued Dec. 2, $ 4,000
  • Sandusky’s big boy, 422 West Sanilac Road, issued Dec. 2, is $ 5,000
  • Hatorando Sushi, 10586 Highland Road, Hartland, issued Dec. 2, $ 2,000
  • Iron Pig Smokehouse, W. Main Street, 143, issued Dec. 2, Gaylord, $ 5,000
  • Rockhouse Grill & Tavern, 915 Razorback Drive, Houghton, released Dec. 4, $ 1,000
  • Spangler’s Family Restaurant, 601 E. Chicago Road, Jonesville, issued Dec. 16, $ 11,000
  • Cravins, 389 S. Meridian # 9710, Hudson, issued Dec. 16, $ 1,000
  • Bernita Mae Café, 80th N. 3rd Street, PO Box 53, issued Dec. 16, Sand Lake, $ 4,000
  • Jimmy Roadhouse, 8574 Mason Drive, Newaygo, released Dec. 16, $ 1,000
  • D&R Daily Grind, 8712 Portage Road, Portage, issued Dec. 16, $ 2,000
  • Wild Roast Coffee, 4035 Chicago Drive SW, Grandville, released Dec. 16, $ 2,000
  • Woodchips Barbecue, 315 West Nepessing Street, Lapeer, issued Dec. 16, $ 4,000
  • John Cowley & Sons Irish Pub, 33338 Grand River Avenue, Farmington, issued December 16, $ 1,000