COVID Policies and Procedures

Dear Guests,

We are very excited to be able to continue serving you in our restaurant.  Using the WorkSafeBC restaurant reopening guidelines as well as the Provincial Ministry of Health guidelines, we aim to ensure the safest environment for our staff and you our guests.

If you have any concerns, please talk to us.  We are all trying our best and we really hope you will enjoy yourselves.  

Certain parts of service will be different.  Here is what you can expect:


We will be taking a temperature check of all guests that choose to dine with us.

We require customers to arrive with face masks.  After they have had their temperature checked, logged in, and had sanitiser, they can then proceed to their table. At this point, they can remove their masks.  Getting up from the table to use the facilities or leaving should be done with one’s face mask on.

(If you need a mask, please ask us for we have them available.)
People seated together at a table must be family in a household or part of your immediate bubble.
Maximum party size is 6 people.

If you have traveled outside of Canada in the past 2 weeks, we can’t have you dine with us.
If you feel symptomatic, you cannot dine with us.
We will take the name and contact information from at least one individual in each party in case we have to contact you

Staff will be wearing 3 ply face masks
All staff will have their temperatures checked upon arriving to work.
Staff will be washing their hands before going to each table.
Tables and bar stools are positioned 6 feet apart.
All high contact surfaces are sanitized every 30 minutes (minimum)
All tables, chairs and seating areas are sanitized before a new guest is seated
Washrooms are sanitized every 60 minutes (minimum)
Hand sanitizer is offered throughout the restaurant.  Please have a squirt as you enter.


Stemware, glassware, cutlery and plates will be left to airdry and may have some water marks
Menus will be recycled after each seating 

Hand sanitizer is offered throughout the restaurant.  
 
As Dr. Bonnie Henry says “Be Calm, Be Kind and Be Safe.”