Finally, a place for a sit-down meal

The Historic Ute inn

Local restaurants, including the Historic Ute Inn, above, got the green light last week to open up for dine-in service after being forced to remain closed for two and a half months, except for curb-side service. The reopening of eateries couldn’t have occurred at a better time, as the state’s restaurant/bar industry has lost millions, with most restaurants reporting a 90 percent plunge in revenue.