(New Buffalo, MI) - A well-known restaurant in New Buffalo is back in business. Redamak’s reopened yesterday. The restaurant famous for its hamburgers since 1975 actually opened
on the first of March as they always do for the season, but had to close two weeks later due to the nationwide lockdown brought on by COVID-19.
Right now, dine-in service at restaurants in Michigan is limited to 50-percent capacity. Owner Chuck Maroney said the focus is offering the best possible experience under the social distancing guidelines and curbside delivery.