Safety & Sanitation Information
The global pandemic has led us to adapt our operations and style of service to keep things safe and keep things Pete's. To learn how to rock your next experience with us, read on!
We are pleased to announce that all locations accept cash!
We are also excited to share that masks are no longer required for customers and we are at 100% seating capacity at all Pete's locations. That said, we're still committed to enforcing the safest standards possible; please read on to learn about how we live this commitment in our restaurants.
How are We Keeping Things Safe?
Masks & Gloves for all employees at all times during service in our Colorado and Arizona locations. We've always donned the gloves, but we've added back the masks to the getup in light of the Delta variant.
Increased employee hand-washing protocols. We've always enforced stringent rules on when and how to wash one's hands, and now we're being even more nit-picky about it.
Employee wellness checks before every shift. If an employee shows any symptoms of illness, they cannot begin work. We're real sticklers about it.
Paid sick time for employees. We've always provided paid sick time to all employees, but in these pandemic days we've upped it to: up to 14 days for employees who have been exposed to COVID-19.
Expert-guided food safety protocols + audits that exceed health department standards. Because we're over-achievers like that.
Thorough produce washing right when it arrives to the restaurant. We've always done this and always will, but in the spirit of 'safety everything' we thought we'd mention it here.
Proper chemical use to ensure intended sanitizing protocols are achieved. Because using the right chemical in the wrong way doesn't help anything, and vice versa.
Ongoing staff training on safety and sanitation. Can't stop won't stop. We've always believed in the importance of continuously training staff on these matters and won't stop after COVID-19 becomes a thing of the past.
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Page last updated September 21, 2021