Judge James McNulty heard Ms Buttimer refused to leave the restaurant. A senior member of staff onsite had asked her to leave 15 times.
However, instead she stood waiting at the counter for gardaí to arrive. Gardaí and staff asked her to put on a mask or leave the premises. She declined to do both.
Judge McNulty has heard several of the cases against Ms Buttimer, who was without convictions until the pandemic hit and she refused to wear masks while out shopping.
Both he and his colleague Judge Colm Roberts have expressed their inability to understand the offending behaviour of Ms Buttimer, who has been described as an otherwise “pleasant” woman who had lived an “unblemished” life.
Ms Buttimer has previously told the court she is unsure of the efficacy of masks and uncertain if Covid exists.
She has been before the courts over eight times since last May. At one point she told a store manager that she was “only answerable to God”.