Some CT Restaurants, Cafes Change Hours Because of Heat

J Timothys Tavern

Thursday is another hot day and some local restaurants and cafes are closing early or modifying what they are serving because of the heat.

J. Timothy's Taverne in Plainville is closing early to keep kitchen staff safe.

A heat advisory is in effect for Thursday and Friday and temperatures Thursday will feel like 100 to 104 degrees in parts of the state.

J Timothy's Taverne said that as hot as it is outside, it’s hotter in the kitchen, so they are closing at 4 p.m.

Beanz & Co. Cafe in Avon stopped serving its lunch menu at 11 a.m. because of heat and will be open for cold drinks and bakery items until 4 p.m.  

Temperatures in the 90s are expected to continue through the weekend and the restaurant is advising customers to check its Facebook page and website for updates.

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