Lone Oak Little Castle to Stop Allowing Smoking
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - A local restaurant will be changing one of their policies when they are allowed to reopen their dining room.

Since Governor Andy Beshear put restrictions on businesses, the Lone Oak Little Castle restaurant has been operating as carry-out only, but a recent Facebook post says some staff have been busy cleaning and painting the building's interior. On Sunday evening, the restaurant announced that they will become a non-smoking facility when they are allowed to resume serving in-person diners. 

The post acknowledged that there may be some who don't agree with the change, but the restaurant's leadership believes it is the right thing to do. 

The restaurant has built a solid reputation in Paducah for good "home cooking," over the years. 

Here is the complete post from Facebook:

"We have some exciting news here at Little Castle. Whenever we get the green light from our government to open back up for public dining, we will be going non-smoking. We have been talking about doing it for awhile, so the last couple weeks we have been doing a lot of painting & cleaning for the reopen. We understand there may be some that will not agree with our decision & we hope that will not stop you from coming to eat with us, but we feel in this day & time it is the right thing to do. We are still doing curb side pickup, thank you all so much for sticking with us."

On the Net:

Lone Oak Little Castle Facebook page

Published 06:30 PM, Monday Mar. 30, 2020
Updated 06:21 PM, Tuesday Mar. 31, 2020



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