Protecting Your Dining Experience

As government officials gradually reopen businesses and allow our dining rooms to open, we will follow best practices and adhere to the following operational tenets in alignment with the CDC, federal and local guidelines to help protect our team members and guests.

Ensure Team Member Wellness All team members are being screened to ensure they are symptom-free before returning to work.  We are also ensuring team members take advantage of our Paid Sick Leave policy if they do not feel well.

Maintain Clean Restaurants Prior to welcoming guests back into our dining rooms, we are thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing the entire building using proven procedures and processes known to protect against viruses like COVID-19. In addition to our restaurant cleaning procedures, we will continue to regularly disinfect all guest and team member touchpoints. This includes, but is not limited to, tables and bar tops after each Guest use, check presenters, menus, pens, restrooms, door handles and other common surfaces.

Practice Social Distancing We have reconfigured our dining rooms to create more space between tables. We are also taking steps to ensure there is no congregating in our lobby and bar areas.

Wear Protective Equipment Following the CDC’s updated guidance regarding face coverings, we are requiring all team members to wear masks. Our culinary team members will continue to wear gloves, and all team members will continue to practice frequent and effective handwashing.

Contactless Menus In addition to the recommendations for disposable menus and aforementioned sanitation procedures for non-disposable menus, we have also implemented contactless menus options available for our Team Members and Guests to view our various drink and beverage options through a QR Code reader available on our tables.

We look forward to welcoming you back in our dining rooms as we reopen so we can Eat. Drink. Be Happy. Safely.

View Our Safety Guidelines