Open for Take-Out
Friday & Saturday
STARTING FRIDAY JULY 10TH
CLOSED SAT JULY 4TH
hours of operation
SUN-THURS - CLOSED
FRIDAY - 5PM-8PM
SATURDAY - 5PM-8PM
PATIO & TAKE-OUT
Click & Pickup!
BUSINESS PHONE: (909)335-1752
COVID-19 OPERATIONAL STATUS
In acknowledgement to the current Covid-19 outbreak, health and safety regulations and procedures are being taken to ensure a safe sanitary dining experience. If you have any symptoms of the covid-19 virus, we encourage staying home and ordering from our take out menu which is currently our full dining menu. Stay safe, and we look forward to serving our community in a not too distant future.
We thank you for your continued support, God Bless.
In a major rollback, California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday directed 19 counties, including Sacramento and Los Angeles, to shut down restaurants for indoor dining before the Fourth of July weekend.
Newsom also called on those counties to shut down indoor family entertainment venues including movie theaters, bowling alleys and arcades. Card rooms, indoor wineries and bars also have to shut down in those counties.
Restaurants will still be allowed to offer food for pick-up or delivery as well as outdoor dining.
The order, Newsom said, will be in force for at least three weeks.
Newsom’s Office of Emergency Services on Wednesday launched strike teams to help enforce the order. They will work with local health officials to target businesses that aren’t complying, OES Director Mark Ghilarducci said.
Parking lots at state beaches in Southern California and the Bay Area will be closed over the holiday weekend, Newsom said. In counties that have closed local beaches, the state will also close state beaches. Other state parks will remain open.
Newsom noted that viral spread at private gatherings is still a major concern for his administration, and urged people to stay socially distanced and wear masks when interacting with other people outside their household.
“Just because someone’s not going to tap you and issue a citation, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do the right thing,” he said. “Wearing a face covering is a sign of toughness. It’s a sign of resolve. It’s a sign of someone who wants to give a damn.”
He also warned elderly residents and people with preexisting conditions that “there has never been a more vulnerable time for you” during this pandemic, and urged them to stay at home as much as possible.
The governor’s new directives come amid an unsettling surge in new cases, as well as higher infection rates and more hospitalizations in the weeks after the state and most counties began reopening businesses and easing up on other restrictions.
In the last 24 hours, 110 people have died from the virus, Newsom said. More than 5,100 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized in California, a 51 percent increase in the last two weeks, and the rate of people testing positive has climbed to 6 percent over the last 14 days.
The 19 counties are all on the state’s “watch list” of counties that have been struggling to contain a resurgence of the coronavirus. They represent an estimated 70 percent of the state’s population.
The guidance applies to all counties that have been on the watch list for at least three consecutive days.
The order covers the following counties: Los Angeles, Sacramento, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Contra Costa, Fresno, Glenn, Kern, Kings, Merced, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus, Tulare, Imperial, Santa Clara and Ventura.
We are asking our community to continue supporting your local businesses as much as possible. Due to the recent business closures, meat and produce purveyors are having a difficult time shipping product, so please bare with some menu items being un-available.
You may call us at (909)335-1752