In accordance with state regulations, masks are not required both indoors and outdoors if you are fully vaccinated. We ask that you keep your mask on until you are seated at a table if you are not vaccinated to ensure the safety of those who are around you. Reservations are required for group tastings of people. Groups smaller than 10 people, it is first come first serve at the bar. All food is served on Eco-friendly and disposable plates for your convenience and safety. We do allow outside food to be brought in, we just ask that you dispose of it yourself. Deck and indoor seating is first come-first serve.
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