Co-owner Jonathan Doar says he and his team have put a system in place to best keep staff and guests safe and comfortable. Tables will be well-spaced, there will be a sanitizing station upon entering where all guests are asked to sanitize their hands, and the team is excited to announce that there will now be sidewalk tables as well.
“Like everyone, we’re trying to find a balance between business, the financial well-being of our staff, and the safety of our employees and guests,” Doar said. “We wanted to be conservative about reopening and to have as much information as possible. We’re committed to following every single protocol, and more, to keep everyone healthy.”
Doar Bros. will be open Tuesday through Thursday from 4 pm to 11 pm, and Friday through Sunday from 2 pm to 11 pm. For more information, visit DoarBros.com.
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