good neighbor COVID related-procedures 

Thank you for joining us today, we really appreciate your support.

Here are a few quick notes for dining and store operations

All staff members will be wearing face coverings for the safety and comfort of our team and guests due to the nature of our open-kitchen environment and intimate shop setting. 

We highly encourage all guests to continue wearing masks, covering your nose and mouth, while moving about the shop and remove them only while seated in a designated dining space. 

While seated indoors, please leave all dishes at your table. We’ll be by regularly to clear them. If you feel inclined to clean up your space, dishes and garbage may be disposed of at the station by the exit.  

Please be mindful of our limited indoor dining capacity and limit your stay during our busiest times. 

Outdoor dining remains open and has great wi-fi reception. 

When dining outdoors, be sure to utilize the dish bin and discard all trash accordingly. 

Please listen for your order name and wait for a staff member to directly hand you your items from the counter. 

Thank you for understanding as we work hard to provide excellent service while keep everyone safe. 

For our detailed COVID protocol, please refer to the guidelines below: 


good neighbor COVID protocol

as of March 1st, 2022,

At this time, we are not accepting any reusable dishes for service. 

Our current maximum indoor capacity is 40 people (including designated dining spaces)

In the event that a staff member is suspected to have been exposed, said individual will be removed from the schedule and must provide a negative rapid test within 24 hours before returning to work. 

If a staff member tests positive, all other employees who worked with said individual within 3 days will also be removed from the schedule and must provide a negative rapid test within 24 hours before returning to work. 

Positive staff members must wait either 10 days (from symptoms) and provide a negative test within 24 hours before returning to work. 

If no full opening staff is available due to the suspected exposure testing protocol, good neighbor will close until negative test results return. 

All closures and positive results will be communicated with our community on our website and instagram page.  

*guidelines will continue to be monitored and changed based on CDC recommendations

As a privately owned and operated business, we reserve the right to continue enforcing these protocols beyond the state and federal laws as we see fit for the safety of our staff and community.