Many businesses that are allowed to stay open during the pandemic are struggling to adjust to the new restrictions. Even for restaurants that do a lot of deliveries, like a pizza parlor, the changes can be hard to swallow.
For Caveman Cavey's in Frazier Park, the biggest adjustment is an empty dining room and not seeing their regular customers in person.
The orders are still coming in and the pizzas are still going out, but shutting down the dining room of this small mountain pizzeria is one of the toughest restrictions they've faced.
John Cavey opened the first shop in Wasco 30 years ago and a year later opened the Frazier Park locations and a location in San Luis Obispo.
But the coronavirus forced them to layoff several high school employees in order to keep the cave open.
Cavey's daughter Liz and her husband Aaron run the operation now. They are open every day, Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. They offer take out and delivery. The delivery area runs from Pinion Pines to Lebec and parts of Gorman.
Try one of their specialty pizzas like the Baked Potato, BLT or El Diablo.