Jocks and Jills thanks you!

It’s been a long 3 months since it was mandated that we close on March 16th due to COVID-19. In that time, we have received numerous messages of encouragement regarding reopening. We are excited to announce that we are now back open.  

Of course, there are a few new rules that we must play by, but we are excited to be offering up great food and drinks. However, we are most excited about seeing you “our guests”. You have been here for us and we now look forward to being here for you. 

To ensure the safety of our team members and guests here are a few steps we are taking:

 Safe, Clean & Sanitized

  • Use of disposable menus that are discarded after each use. 
  • Regularly clean and sanitize all high contact surfaces. 

Social Distancing 

  • New Service Standards at your table to promote social distancing. You will see on your tables new service cards. Simply place the cards in the holders to indicate you’d like service or leave it out and we will respect you distance request. 
  • Social distancing indicators throughout the restaurant. 
  • No waiting indoors. 
  • Limited occupancy.
  • 6 feet table separation to ensure social distancing. 

Team Member and Guest Safety 

  • Use of non-medical grade masks by all employees at all times. 
  • Staff hand washing every 30 minutes. 
  • Team member health monitored daily. 


Thank you for your patience and support over the last few months.

Our menu is full of great food: from awesome appetizers, main dishes, and delicious desserts! Check it out now… right here!

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