It wasn't ideal. it still isn't.
the opening that we had in mind, was a party. a big party.
bright colours and maybe a dress code.
who am i kidding? there definitely would have been a dress code.
here we are. a year & a half later, and we are still here.
we opened a restaurant during a pandemic.
please read the following to see what we are doing on our part,
and tips that will help us serve everyone better.
What we are doing:
how you can help:
-wearing face mask/
shield for pickup
-plan ahead, plan ahead, plan ahead
-If you stand up- mask up
-using sanitizer provided
-safely distancing yourself from other guests
-calling ahead for pick-up
-e-transer your money
-patience appreciated through this difficult time
-refrain from covid-19
-following signs and arrows
-travel in smaller groups (we can only take 4 to a table and will not split parties larger than this.
-we try not to take parties larger than 6ppl- while splitting your party possible, we often don't have multiple tables available at the same time (very limited seating)
-wash hands frequently
-stay home if you suspect you are ill/not feeling well
-keep track of where you have been and who you have been in contact with
dine- in (on our shady patio)
-contactless payment available
-sanitizer at all points of entry
-QR Code with menu available
-restrooms sanitized frequently
-masks mandatory for all
-locally sourced, where applicable
-arrows indicating single direction
traffic in dining space
-signs with safe distancing reminders
-no groups over 6 people/splitting not permitted
-each chair and table will be fully
sanitized between guests
-no condiments, cutlery, napkins,
water, etc will be left on tables
-Masks MUST be worn when up & mobile from seat (washroom use/entry/exit)
-contact tracing mandatory from each guest, with age of majority in your party for dine-in
no. this is not an ideal way to open or run a restaurant. we want everyone to enjoy themselves. however, the sooner we work through these hard times toegther; safely and properly, the sooner we can party like it's 1999.