New Jersey State Police Superintendent Patrick Callahan has reported that two New Jersey Restaurants have been deemed “knuckleheads” and fined by the state for violating Governor Phil Murphy’s indoor dining executive order. “Over the weekend, there were two Executive Order compliance summonses issued, one at Cuban Pete’s in Montclair for being well in excess of the capacity limit; as well as in Gutenberg, where officers responded to restaurant Cosmos 2000 where again, capacity was far exceeded,” Callahan said. In Montclair, Cuban Petes reportedly had 15 guests occupying indoor tables.
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