Indoor Dining Starts on Wednesday!
Hello there! These are interesting times folks, and a glimpse of normality lies on the horizon. The Governor, in his infinite wisdom, has decreed that NYC will resume indoor dining at a reduced capacity on Wednesday September 30th! We've been looking forward to this day for... forever, it seems, and we're excited to welcome you all back to The Queensboro. There are some rather huge caveats attached, but they exist for some very important reasons and we intend to do our part to make sure that NYC continues to go in the right direction when it comes to reducing the rate of covid infections. See below for all of the details, but the important takeaways are: we will take everyone's temperature, we're keeping our contactless ordering system, you need to make a reservation, and we're working hard to make it safe for everyone. Now onto the juicy details!
Advance reservations will be required for indoor dining
We are limited to 25% of our maximum capacity, so we have set up our reservations system to manage capacity limits and maintain contact tracing.
While the restrictions put in place are for everyone’s protection, they may require some flexibility on your part. It might not always be possible to get a reservation at your preferred time, or add guests and things like that which used to be routine.
So please book in advance - sign up with Resy if you haven't already, it's free and once you're all set up it's super easy to use.
Please use our contactless ordering system
We will continue to use our remote ordering system, both indoors and outdoors. Guests will be able to access the menu, place orders and pay via their phone.
We are not doing this to make things difficult for anyone, we are protecting you and our staff!
If you aren't able to order by phone you will be accommodated at a "safe ordering station" where our staff are protected by a Plexiglas shield.
What you need to know before coming
Reservations are required for indoor dining
Bar seating or standing is prohibited
We will take everyone's temperature at the door
Wear your mask when not eating or drinking
Ordering and payment will be remote via your phone
We will be running air circulation continuously, so if you are temperature sensitive, dress accordingly
What have we done to improve safety?
Our tables are a minimum of six feet apart and usually more
Our HVAC system has been retrofitted with MERV 13 filters
All staff and guests are temperature checked
Table and chair surfaces are sanitized between use
Contact tracing info is maintained for all indoor reservations
Finally, we ask that you please be patient with us during these tough times. We are doing our best to provide you with a great experience while protecting you, our staff and ourselves. It's not easy for anybody these days, and we might have a rocky start to how we manage indoor dining with all of the restrictions that we need to navigate, but we'll do our best and we hope that you will keep supporting your local restaurants as often as you can!