Anise Remains Open
On March 16, Governor Polis gave executive orders mandating the closure of all restaurant dine-in services for 30 days. In our last blog, we discussed Mayor Hancock given the same orders for the City of Denver, ending on May 11. Take-out, delivery, walk-up service, drive-up service, and drive-through service are still allowed. Despite having these options, many restaurants have opted to close altogether due to various reasons including financial viability.
At Anise, we are committed to stay open for take-outs and Anise curbside pickups. To make sure everyone is safe and healthy in the current pandemic, we have taken safety measures as recommended by the Colorado Restaurant Association and elevated them to an even higher level.
- Following Public Health Notice recommendation, we will only allow 5 members of the public in Anise at any given time
- To limit the amount of time our customers spend awaiting at Anise, we recommend that orders be placed ahead of time over the phone
- Different groups of customers waiting for their take-out orders at Anise will be spaced 6 feet apart
As is always, please keep in mind that Anise takes great pride in maintaining a clean and safe environment for all our customers. Anise already follows the strictest food safety standards, but we have taken this COVID-19 pandemic seriously since the start and have brought cleaning and sanitizing to an even higher level. We are now constantly sanitizing and wiping down all commonly used items like door knobs/handles, menus, bill clips, tables, chairs, etc.
Finally, we cannot end our blog without thanking all the front line COVID-19 First Responders – nurses, doctors, healthcare providers, and all those who are working steadfastly toward a COVID-19 cure. We appreciate everything you do. We will beat this pandemic together.
Be safe and stay healthy!