California Cafe Charges Patrons $5 for Wearing Masks: ‘It’s Their Choice’

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California: Fiddleheads Cafe in Mendocino put up a sign that a $5 fee will be charged if a customer wears a mask while placing an order, with the money donated to charity. The restaurant owner said, “I don’t think $5 to charity is too much to ask from mask wearing customers who claim to care so much about the community they live in. It’s about time that the proponents of these ineffective government measures start paying for the collateral damage they have collectively caused.” In March, the establishment announced a 50% discount for people who threw their masks in the garbage.

Patrons are free to say what they wish at a California cafe, but doing so while wearing a mask will cost them $5.

On Sunday, Fiddleheads Cafe in Mendocino put up a sign stating the fee for those who wear a mask while ordering, NBC News reported Friday.

In March, the establishment announced a 50 percent discount for people who threw their masks in the garbage, according to owner Chris Castleman.

“I don’t think $5 to charity is too much to ask from mask wearing customers who claim to care so much about the community they live in,” he told the outlet in an email.

The proceeds will be given to Project Sanctuary, a domestic abuse organization, for two weeks before another nonprofit is put into the rotation, according to Castleman.

“It’s about time that the proponents of these ineffective government measures start paying for the collateral damage they have collectively caused,” the owner continued.

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Cindy Jones
Cindy Jones
4 months ago

This is absolutely the fantastic. In a time where nothing makes any sense-this does!