ViewHouse, an eatery, bar and rooftop in Colorado opened for in-store dining at all four of their locations on May 27 with a new ‘Open with Care’ campaign: a new care plan to make it safer for guests and employees in response to COVID-19.
The campaign, detailed in the video above, includes conducting staff symptom screenings prior to their shift, requiring that staff wear face masks & gloves, implementing six-foot spacing measures for social distancing, offering hand sanitizing stations throughout each venue, requiring staff hand washing every 30 minutes, offering contactless payment solutions, and opting for contactless digital menus that can be accessed via guests’ personal mobile devices using a QR code. To control mandated limited capacity, reservations are being accepted online, over the phone, or by simply walking in. ViewHouse will accept walk-in reservations on a first come, first serve basis depending on availability and capacity.
"I believe that a strong and forward-thinking team plays a critical role in the success of our business during times like these. I also believe that when you take care of your community and staff, that support comes back full-circle which is why we’re taking this so seriously.” said Vice President Brad Manske. “In addition to safely reopening in-store dining, we are thrilled to continue offering free community events and entertainment like live music, movie screenings, and fitness classes hosted by local gyms while implementing social distancing and creative seating solutions. We developed semi-private courtyard tented tables and cabanas with plastic shields so guests can be safely entertained while dining outside and listening to music. The best part about being able to reopen is to be reunited with our entire ViewHouse family. We are excited to bring back as many team members as possible.”