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We're excited to welcome you back to Diner for a meal with friends and family. Out of respect for our staff and community, we're sharing a few important notes about our safety protocol here so we can work together to keep everyone as safe as possible.

What to expect:

Our maximum indoor dining capacity is limited to 25%, or 18 guests.

We will take the temperatures of everyone in your party before you're seated. If someone in your party has a temperature over 100.0 degrees, they will not be able to dine with us.

We will collect contact tracing information from someone in your party, including their physical address, email address, and phone number. You can add your physical address to the Bio section of your Resy Guest Profile to speed up this process!

What we're asking:

If you are experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19, please do not visit us. We are always happy to deliver food right to your door!

You must wear your mask at all times except when seated at your table. As a sign of respect for our staff, we also ask that you wear your mask while your server is at your table. 

Please stay seated at your table throughout your meal unless you need to use the restroom.

In order to maintain social distancing guidelines, we are not able to offer any service whatsoever at or across the bar - this includes sitting, standing, ordering, or paying at the bar.

What we're doing:

We undergo daily health screenings, including having our temperatures taken, before entering the restaurant.

We wear masks at all times while in the restaurant, except when actively eating or drinking. We've also partnered with Terracycle to responsibly recycle all of our PPE.

We've installed UV sanitation lights in all of our air conditioning units and are using additional HEPA/UV light filtration units to constantly filter and sanitize the air inside the restaurant.

In addition to our strict cleaning protocol, we've also applied a microbiostatic shield to surfaces across the restaurant to further reduce the risk of virus transmission through fomites.