We'll be closed Wednesday, November 25th and Thursday, November 26th so we can deck the dang halls for Beachbum Berry's Sippin' Santa!
We'll be hosting your holiday dreams until the end of 2020 (doesn't "the end of 2020" sound nice?) with some special cocktails and all the Christmas cheer, in addition to our regular menu and usual Aloha spirit.
If you can't make it to New Orleans to celebrate the season with us, maybe there's a Sippin' happening in your town? You'll find a list of our locations [here].(https://www.sippinsantapopup.com/ "sippin santa locations")
Don't forget, the Bienville House Hotel is closed until further notice, so 321 N. Peters is our only entrance.
As you know, we're operating at a lower seating capacity and with table placement constrictions: please please please make a reservation via RESY so we can make sure to get you seated and served. At the moment, we are requesting that your party be restricted to humans over the age of 6 and limited to parties of six or less with no "joiners" beyond your original stated party size. Masks are required when you are not at your table eating and drinking.
The patio is available for our friends who prefer to dine outdoors, weather permitting.
We will be offering to-go drinks in the tradition of our fine city, so if you don't want to hang come get you a cup.
Keep scrolling for more info concerning our policies to keep everyone safe and well, and we hope to see you sooner rather than later!
Our commitment to you is to provide a clean, safe environment that you feel comfortable drinking and dining in! Please let us know immediately if you notice anything that requires our attention or have a question about our policies; we take your well-being very seriously.
The restaurant has been scoured top to bottom and we have established hand-washing, sanitation, mask and glove routines for all employees.
Some other specific updates we've made include:
Weekly testing for staff and sick pay for anyone who is questioning their health and needs to stay home.
Our seating capacity has been determined by sufficient distancing, so we will generally be seating less people than technically allowed.
We've increased ventilation in all areas of the restaurant and reduced contact points.