A Local Taqueria Shuts Down Because Patrons Are Having Tantrums Over the Mask Mandate

Two Hugo’s Tacos locations have temporarily shuttered because maskless customers are harassing employees
Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • June 29, 2020
Hugo’s Tacos temporarily closed both of its popular stands over the weekend due to conflicts with customers who refuse to wear face masks. The restaurants instituted a “no mask, no service” policy to keep employees and customers safe amid the...
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