We are working on Saturday to get everyone caught up. There has been a lot going on, so if it says “today” chances are it refers to yesterday, May 22. But, all should be current, which means not all restaurants are opening just yet beyond takeout/curbside/delivery. Plus this update has two more of the Michael Family Restaurant Group’s restaurants listed. That’s exciting. I love them. Here’s part 10.
From Mama Zoe Michael’s and Yamas’ Facebooks:
Our dining room is open and we are so excited to serve our community! We will reopen our dining room operation on Friday, May 22nd at 5:00 PM with 50% capacity. We will resume our business hours from Sunday 8:00AM-2:30PM Monday-Saturday 8:00AM-8:00PM
Please be patient with us during this transition period and as we adjust to new operating and safety procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the safety of our customers and staff we have made some changes, here is what’s new and what to expect during phase 2.
-Curbside and delivery services will resume
-Employees will continue to wear mask and gloves at all times
-Employees will continue proper hand washing and sanitizing
-We will be doing daily employee health screenings before each shift
-Tables and chairs will be set 6 feet apart.
-We’ve rearranged our dining room to accommodate social distancing requirements
-Tables, chairs, menus and other common items will be disinfected after every use
-Customers will be asked to maintain 6 feet apart from each other
-Hand sanitizer will be placed throughout the restaurant for guests
-All condiments have been removed from tables
Thank you so much for your continued support! We can’t wait to serve you once again!
From Mi Pueblo Mexican Grill’s Facebook:
- Providing face masks for all employees
- Practicing social distancing and limiting the number of customers and employees in the building
- Offering curbside service
- Increasing cleaning and sanitation
- Adding “safety” staff members to assist in sanitation processes
- Sanitizing every menu, tables and chairs after each use
- Abiding by the state’s capacity restrictions
- Putting hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the restaurant
From Milner’s American Southern’s Facebook:
A quick hello to all of our friends and Milner’s family:
We remain open for curbside pick up Tuesday – Sunday from 4p – 8p. We want to thank all of you for supporting our family business over the last months and for helping us spread the word.
Like all of you we are excited to expand our offering and we miss seeing you here at Milner’s and we miss providing the special experience we’ve worked hard to create here. We are chomping at the bit to get after it!
Many have asked over the last several days our plans to reopen and we thank you for your excitement.
Bottom Line: We aren’t ready quite yet.
We have our eyes on Friday, June 5th as a tentative target day.
We would love to be open today but there are many steps we need to take and business decisions to consider before we move forward.
First and foremost is the safety of our families, employees and our customers. We will be spending the coming weeks continuing to make sure we have every tool in place: training sessions completed, PPE equipment for staff, and sanitizing products to create the right conditions for a safe environment.
Simultaneously we have to make sure that Milner’s remains financially viable and make adjustments for 50% capacity.
There are so many things to consider and this decision is not made lightly. We are excited about our restaurant friends who are opening today and wish for them all success. We remain vigilant and will continue to update our progress.
In the meantime: Check out our website gotomilners.com for the current menu.
Two ways to order:
Call the restaurant 336-768-2221 after 12p to place an order and pay over the phone. Call early and avoid peak call times.
Or, download the Swipeby App to order and pay online beginning at 3:30 each day. It’s super easy and doesn’t cost anything to use.
Thanks for taking the time and for your support. Feel free to ask questions in the comments.
All of our best,
Stay safe, lean in!
From Mozelle’s Fresh Southern Bistro’s Facebook: (retyped for style)
Happy Phase 2 Friday! Since Governor Cooper’s announcement on Wednesday at 5:00 PM, every restaurant in NC has been scrambling to figure out a business plan for Phase 2. We would like to share with your how Mozelle’s will navigate this landscape over the weeks to come. We will continue to offer curbside pick-up, takeout and delivery. Additionally, Phase 2 allows anyone who would like to dine at our sidewalk tables, which are appropriately set apart in compliance with social distancing guidelines, to do so. This means you can eat your takeout 15 minutes fresher with that Stag’s Leap Chardonnay, watching the sunset over West End. We look forward to resuming table-side service outdoors on June 1 and we are actively devising a plan for indoor dining that both complies with state guidelines and ensures the Mozelle’s experience.
With all these changes, the one thing that restaurants can’t do is provide intimate dining experiences, so we will continue to offer Mozelle’s At Your Table Wine Dinners and we even have a “date night dinner up next week. It features the Latin flavors that you have come to know and love from our “pre-COVID” brunch menus!
Edit: You can find more by visiting the Mozelle’s Fresh Southern Bistro website found HERE.
More to come, stay safe WSNC!!!