EDIT: After one week, and owner responses to other reviews since then, there has been no response to my review from the owner. As I said, this is one of my favorite restaurants! I would think the owner would be glad to be informed that his employees are not following the proper guidelines for COVID-19, and let his customers know that he has done something about it.ORIGINAL REVIEW: I just had a very disappointing experience at one of my favorite restaurants. Today Governor Abbott ordered the closing of all bars, and on Monday, restaurants have to drop from 75% back to 50%, because of the rapid rise of COVID-19 infections in our state. It has been shown that the main reason is that people do not wear masks.Tonight, I came in alone and sat at the two person booth by the bar. My waiter came to my table with his mask around his chin, and his mouth completely exposed. He took my order (I didn't need to see a menu) and brought my drink. He then stood with a table of 4 men for at least 10 minutes, talking and singing with the mariachis, with the mask still below his chin. He was touching the customers and getting very close to them the entire time. Social distancing was definitely NOT happening. Another customer came in and he greeted him with a handshake. While this was happening, two women went behind the bar, did something on the register, and talked for a minute. Both had their masks just below their mouths. I watched two customers approach the bar with no mask, and talk to employees for an extended time (over a minute). Customers were also entering the restaurant, and getting up from tables and going to the restroom, without a mask, and no one was saying anything to them. The server came with the food for me and the table next to me, still with the mask below his chin. I almost sent it back. But, I decided I could avoid touching the plate, and the virus supposedly can't live on food, so I ate it. It was great, as always. Next, the table next to me got a round of shots and my waiter drank one with them while behind the bar. Oh, and I never got chips and salsa or the beans that they serve before the meal, until another waiter noticed and at least brought me the chips and salsa. I never got the beans. I finished my meal, got my check from my unmasked waiter, and asked for the manager. Well wouldn't you know, it was one of the women that I saw behind the bar with her mask below her mouth! I explained my feelings about the employees not wearing their masks properly, drinking on the job, and that I feel that the shutdown is happening because people won't enforce the rules. She seemed completely surprised when I told her that customers are only allowed to remove their masks while seated, and had very little to say when I told her that she, and this restaurant, are part of the problem, and are responsible for a lot of businesses having to close again, and that she needs to set a better example by at least wearing her own mask, properly. She offered no apology, and actually said almost nothing at all.I am extremely disappointed that despite the huge surge in COVID-19 cases in Texas, this fine restaurant is refusing to enforce the rules and is allowing their employees to put their customers at risk.SHAME ON YOU, EL CHAPPARAL!