A Restaurant is overjoyed to announce a modified reopening for dine-in and takeout beginning Sunday, May 31. They detail their safe reopening plan, which has been formulated to be in accordance with guidelines put forth by the Orange County Board of Supervisors and the California Department of Public Health as well as recommendations by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization.
In an effort to make their reopening as successful as possible, they will be doing so in phases, and thank you for your cooperation. As their utmost priority, they have put in place a number of measures to help ensure your health and safety while enjoying a meal in their dining room and at home.
Before reservations were recommended, now, they are mandatory. Reservations will be available through Open Table beginning Friday, May 29 for dine-in service beginning May 31. Times will be staggered to minimize the chance of a line forming at the door. In the event that a line does form, they will have spaces marked to demonstrate 6 ft. intervals. They will take reservations for dine-in of 6 or fewer.
Hours Of Operation
Sun–Thurs: 4–10 p.m. and Fri–Sat: 4–11 p.m.
The dining room will look different than what you’re used to as there will be some tables that remain unseated to ensure physical distancing of 6 ft. or more. The bar will be open for dining reservations only with parties of two spaced at least 6 ft. apart. Touchless hand sanitizer stations will be strategically located throughout the restaurant, and gloves will be available to guests upon request.
Employees are undergoing pre-shift temperature checks and will be wearing masks and gloves during their shift. Employees are also practicing frequent and thorough handwashing and are asked to stay home if they feel sick or if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. All employees have been required to take the ServSafe Food Handler class to stay informed about food safety as it relates to COVID-19.
A Restaurant has amplified its already extensive hygiene protocols and sanitation practices in all areas of the restaurant to keep their staff and guests safe.
- Doors to the restaurant will remain open so guests will not have to touch handles
- High touch surfaces will be sanitized frequently
- Check presenters, pens, and tables will be sanitized after each guest use
- Silverware will no longer be pre-set. It will come rolled in a napkin and be handed directly to the customer from an employee with sanitized hands.
They know that not everyone will be ready to dine out right away and want you to find comfort in knowing that your favorite A Restaurant dishes will be available to-go for curbside pick-up. A Restaurant orders can be placed over the phone by calling (949) 650-6505 or online by visiting their website. They are using high-quality, easily reheatable to-go containers to ensure a superior in-home dining experience.
A Restaurant looks forward to welcoming you into their restaurant again beginning this Sunday, May 31.