The entire Schuler’s Restaurant team hopes you’re well and safe during these unique times. We are excited to announce to you our opening date of Monday, June 8, 2020. We want to update you on some exciting changes, as well as our complete commitment to sanitization. Safety for our guests is top priority. Our reopening will offer a new normal to help keep you, your family, and friends safe. Below are new guidelines we are asking all of our guests to follow when they visit Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub in the upcoming months.
Upon your arrival to Schuler’s Restaurant, you will notice many new changes. Our public areas and surfaces will continue to be cleaned and sanitized throughout the day. We’ve created a new position, and this team member’s main focus will be restaurant sanitation. The high-contact points will be cleaned frequently. This includes the Front Desk counter, bathrooms, door handles and handrails.
To help diminish the spread of COVID-19, all guests will be required to wear a face mask when entering the restaurant and social distance by at least six feet while indoors. Please wait to remove your mask until after you are seated at your table. Frequent hand washing and sanitizing is highly encouraged while you are visiting us. Hand sanitizing stations are placed around the facility for your use.
We are monitoring the health of all our employees. Temperatures will be taken prior to each shift. If any of our employees show any symptoms or have a temperature of 100.5 degrees or greater, the employee will be sent home immediately and monitored.
All staff will be trained on the new cleaning procedures, social distancing, and personal hygiene. They will be required to wash their hands and use hand sanitizer frequently. Employees will also be wearing face masks during their shift. Gloves will be worn when preparing and delivering your food, as well as in handling service items like glassware, silverware, etc.
We will be open daily from 11:30am to 8:30pm. A carry-out menu will also be available so our guests wanting to dine at home may continue to do so. If restaurant seating is not available, we highly recommend grabbing your food to-go and going on a picnic at one of the great local parks in town. Face masks are required inside the restaurant until you sit down. Social distancing of at least six feet will be required both inside the restaurant and on the Patio.