The Castle Rock coffee shop embroiled in a battle with Gov. Jared Polis over the right to stay open amid the coronavirus pandemic is closing its doors for good. C&C Breakfast and Korean Kitchen in Castle Rock cites a lack of sales and staffing restrictions in their decision to close.
Announced in a Facebook post, Sunday was the last day of business for the Castle Rock location on Trail Boss Drive. The Colorado Springs location will remain open.
“I am sad to say that we are having issues just like many other small businesses,” owners Jesse and April Arellano said in a Facebook post. “Not only are sales hurting because of all the restrictions, but staffing too. Unemployment is giving $600/week on top of regular unemployment, which incentivizes some people to not work, so we are short on staff.”