We, at Big Woods Restaurant Group/Quaff ON! Brewing Co./Hard Truth Distilling Co. (BWQOHT, Inc.), would like to share what we are doing to keep our guests, visitors and employees safe in light of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Since its establishment in Nashville, Ind. in 2009, to now seven restaurants across the Central Indiana region, Big Woods Restaurant Group has established and upheld the highest standards in food safety, sanitation and cleaning procedures.
While we closely follow the spread of COVID-19, we continue to follow expert recommendations, including guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and local health officials. Beyond simply monitoring the situation, we are taking measures to make sure the food that is served in any of our restaurants or that gets delivered to your home is safe and secure.
As part of our protocols, we encourage our guests to wash their hands when entering the restaurants. In addition, our restaurants have amplified their cleaning and disinfecting procedures to maintain a healthy environment for our guests and employees. Our goal is to create a safe environment for our employees and a safe, stress free, relaxing experience for our guests. As the situation evolves, restaurants will implement additional preventive measures to ensure the wellbeing of our guests and staff.
Health and safety are all of our responsibilities. We encourage you to practice safety measures at home and when you’re out to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We thank you for your continued support, and we will continue to keep you informed as we take additional action.Please note: Our delivery partner DoorDash also taking action to ensure the food their drivers are delivering is safe and secure. DoorDash is distributing hand sanitizer and gloves to drivers in affected areas and enhancing drop-off options for customers and drivers to more easily enable a no-contact delivery.
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