The establishment in Woodbridge has a "No Guns Permitted" sign at the front door, which has apparently miffed some of the country star's fans in a state where it is legal to walk into a bar or restaurant with a visible sidearm.
WTTG-TV, Washington, said Sunday that social media postings expressed disappointment with the policy, which is also legal under state law. One patron said on Facebook a "no guns" policy could signal robbers that the place was a tempting target. "Anyone leaving your establishment is likely completely defenseless and easy pickins for a robbery," the post said.
Patrons, however, told WTTG they felt more comfortable with guns being kept out of a place that serves alcohol. The station noted there was a 20-minute wait for tables on Saturday.
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