Big Bend bar urges customers to come hold church services, political rallies with them

BIG BEND — A Big Bend, Wisconsin bar says it is temporarily your “destination for daily political rallies and church services” and urged customers to worship “the Sun God” with them as the business has some work done on its bar over the weekend. Papa Stache Pub & Eatery announced […]

BIG BEND — A Big Bend, Wisconsin bar says it is temporarily your “destination for daily political rallies and church services” and urged customers to worship “the Sun God” with them as the business has some work done on its bar over the weekend.

Papa Stache Pub & Eatery announced on social media Thursday that they are working hard to make sure they “can return to our normal business hours” next week.

This comes of course after Gov. Evers announced a new statewide COVID-19 order that requires public spaces, such as bars and restaurants, to limit their capacity to 25 percent. Political rallies and church services are exempt from the capacity limits, made to limit surging coronavirus cases in Wisconsin.

Papa Stache didn’t make the announcement without a wisecrack.

“We also want to announce Papa Stache is your destination for daily political rallies and church services!” owners of the restaurant and bar wrote.

In another sassy post, the business said that customers should come worship the ‘Sun God’ while enjoying a new food special.

“Today, we will be worshipping the Sun God! We have our chicken bacon ranch pizza on special! Who doesn’t love wine at church?? Grab a glass or two, or a whole bottle and share with your fellow worshippers! Can’t wait to pray with you all!” according to Papa Stache.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase on-site, according to the bar.

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