Phase 2

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  • Monday
    4:00PM - 8:00PM
    Take-out
  • Tuesday
    4:00PM - 8:00PM
    Take-out
  • Wednesday
    4:00PM - 8:00PM
    Take-out
  • Thursday
    4:00PM - 8:00PM
    Take-out
  • Friday
    12:00PM - 8:00PM
    Take-out
  • Saturday
    12:00PM - 8:00PM
    Take-out
  • Sunday
    12:00PM - 8:00PM
    Take-out
  1. All employees will be wearing masks at all times. 
  2. It is strongly suggested customers wear a cloth face covering anytime they are not seated at the table (while being seated or leaving, or while going to the restroom).
  3. All employees will have their temperatures checked daily as they arrive for work and recorded to help with Covid-19 screening symptoms 
  4. Hand sanitizer should be available at entry for all staff and patrons 
  5. No bar seating is permitted during Phase 2. 
  6. The front door and back door for patio seating will always be propped open rain or shine to avoid touching of surfaces. 
  7. Signs will be posted to differentiate between dine-in and take out spaces 
  8. Limited seating is available and are spaced out 6 feet apart. All parties and tables must be 5 guests or less.
  9. Guest occupancy for dine-in is at 50%. The same will follow for outside seating. 
  10. One staff person to take a table’s order, brings all of their beverages/food/utensils,&  takes their payment, etc.
  11. Guests will need to pack their own leftovers. 
  12. Single use menus are required for in-person dining. A QR code with check-in and menu upload will be available as an option and not to waste paper:) 
  13. Tables and chairs (inside and out) will be sanitized after customer usage along with all surface areas every 30 minutes during flow of business. 
  14. Bathrooms will be cleaned and monitored hourly & cleaned with supplies specifically to address COVID-19. 
  15. We ask that you please continue to be patient and respectful with other guests and staff as we all have our own comfort level during this time. Many of our staff have families at home and they worry about their safety as well as we confront this new normal.