After holding off on re-opening to make sure all health and safety concerns were addressed, Wolf’s Ridge Brewing will be welcoming diners back starting Thursday.
When restaurants got the go-ahead to open dining rooms on May 21, Wolf’s Ridge decided to wait, instead sticking to to-go orders only as they listened to concerns from the staff, observed how other restaurants and bars were handling re-openings, and made a thoroughly thought-out plan to safely open themselves.
“Since (the announcement by the state allowing restaurants to re-open), we’ve looked at what was the safest approach to reopen, as well as what gave us the best route to provide our guests with a compelling experience,” said Bob Szuter, co-founder of Wolf’s Ridge Brewing.
Dividers have been set up to create a safe social distance between customers and employees. Wolf’s Ridge will also be implementing a prix fixe menu to “better plan dining timelines and preserve as much of the dining experience in their restaurant space as possible,” according to a press release.
“We needed to find a balance between creating an exciting Wolf’s Ridge Brewing dining experience and the safety of our guests and staff.”
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Moving forward, Wolf’s Ridge will be open for dinner between 5 and 10 p.m., Thursday through Sunday. The dining room will also be open for brunch between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
During the COVID closure, Wolf’s Ridge was one of the local businesses to take advantage of the new to-go alcohol legislation. If you’re still not comfortable with eating out yet, Wolf’s Ridge is glad to pack up one of its specialty cocktails for you to enjoy at home.
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