We adhere to all Covid-19 protocol!
Sole’ capacity has been reduced to less than fifty percent, with social distancing protocol in place.
Our dining room is open with socially distanced seating with a maximum of ten guests at a table.
All guests are required to remain seated and must wear a mask when not seated.
The sale of alcohol is restricted after 10 p.m. with all consumption finished by 11 p.m.
We offer contactless curbside pickup and delivery.
Our staff are required to ask all guests joining us for indoor dining to show proof of vaccination and proof of identity before being seated at their table. As of January 4, 2022 enhanced vaccine certificate with official QR code will be required.
If you are dining outside, picking up or ordering takeout, the proof of vaccination is not required. This step is mandated by the Province of Ontario. Following is what you need to know before arriving for indoor dining:
1. Proof of COVID 19 Vaccination
Proof of COVID 19 full Vaccination (two doses plus 14 days) can be shown to our staff as printed PDF or as electronically on your smartphone. We ask that you obtain your proof of vaccination before arriving at the restaurant. You can CLICK HERE to start the process of obtaining your proof of vaccination and QR code. The process will take just a few minutes and you will need your Ontario Health Card handy to complete all the steps.
2. Proof of Identity
Guests who are dining indoors and over the age of 12 need to provide proof of having two doses of the COVID 19 Vaccine as well as proof of identity. Proof of Identity must include name and date of birth. Photo ID is not required. Examples of types of ID that are acceptable include: birth certificate, citizenship card, driver’s license, government issued identification including health card. If the document does not include a name and date of birth it is not permitted to be used as proof of identification.
There are exemptions to the mandatory requirement outlined above. Below you will find a full list of the exemptions and information on what information you may need to provide our staff to confirm that the exemption fits for your case.
- A patron who is entering an indoor area solely for the following purposes: to use a washroom; to access an outdoor area that can only be accessed through an indoor route; to make a retail purchase; while placing or picking up an order; while paying for an order; to purchase admission; or as may be necessary for the purposes of health and safety. All other public health measures (e.g., masking and physical distancing) continue to apply to patrons.
- Children under 12 years of age. If a child is accompanied by a guardian, the guardian must be vaccinated.
- Medical exemptions: patrons with a medical exemption are required to present identification and a written document stating the individual is exempt for a medical reason to the business or organization. As of January 10, 2022 a written medical exemption will no longer be accepted. An enhanced QR code may be attained from the local health department for any guests with medical exemptions.
Thank you everyone for your continued support!