Restaurant Sub Group & Winter - Shared screen with speaker view
Loren Ahonen - Recovery Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 970-641-7981
does CB have to end all outdoor seating on Oct 15?
Any barriers or partitions used should be of sufficient dimension and appropriate material, e.g. Plexiglas or taut heavy plastic curtains stretched and secured, as necessary, to create separation at counters, booths and tables to protect workers and customers.a. Avoid utilizing wood, fabric or laminate as the primary materials for barriers.b. Barriers should take into account the tallest user, and the anticipated behavior of users within the partitioned area. Slots in barriers may be necessary for some transactions; these should be as small as possible and not compromise the breathing zone of users. Barriers should be fixed installations, where possible, to avoid tipping hazards, and must not impede emergency exit for staff or patrons or fire protection/sprinkler systems.c. In seating areas, barriers may be installed between back-to-back booths or other seating arrangements in lieu of providing 6 feet of separation between parties.
what about between side by side tables with the use of dividers?
will this allowance require a variance approval from the state?
can you send Joni's notes out as a follow up email. thanks
Any plan to align with the state in relation so self service to allow touchless self service?
What about patio enclosures? Will that be discussed tonight? These are in high demand and hard to get processed right now.
The CB Council will be discussing temporarily allowing tents on private property for outdoor seating at tonight's council meeting. Here is a link to the agenda: https://www.crestedbutte-co.gov/vertical/sites/%7B6058FFBB-CB06-4864-B42F-B476F794BE07%7D/uploads/9-8-2020_on_letterhead_USE_-_formatted.pdf
Yes Curtis--patio enclosures would be included in the same temporary permit for tents (for Town of CB)
Please mute yourself if you are not talking, please and thank you :)
The Chamber is experimenting with supporting our local restaurants through delivery through out Dinner Delivery Club www.cbchamber.com/dinner-delivery-club. We are pursuing the following online ordering platform demo.mainstreettome.com to service our cb businesses.
Extra-large venues, defined as greater than 7,200 square feet, may use the calculator for indoor events to determine how many additional patrons they can accommodate indoors, up to 100 patrons total per room, which is the indoor variance limit for “medium” viral transmission.
What is the best resource for determining indoor capacity for a space? I'd love a succinct and clear resource.
Is there any possibility for bars to be able to serve food that is delivered from local establishments or even picked up by the bar at local places to cover the food requirement. It is not possible financially for everyone to create a full restaurant when that is not at all what they do for a living but still the requirement. The rest of Colorado is allowing this in many places.
Heidi Magnus (Firebrand)
Firebrand could make box lunches for you (Timbers) to be picked up at 3pm and would be good that whole evening as long as you had space to refrigerate them. Ham sandwiches are good with beer.
My biggest issue is self serve drinks.
I have a touch free system. If I hand them the cup and lid, how can that not work?
our biggest priority is maximizing our limited capacity, finding staff for dining and delivery, as well as tonight’s agenda for outdoor covered seating
Does the 50 people 50% include all guests in the facility (e.g. those in line or using the restroom), or just those sitting at tables? I assume all guests, but wanted to confirm.
I have reached out to chambers across the state and in other states and this is in issue in many places. the town of Frisco is looking to set up outdoor tents on the sunny side of the street, Vail & Beaver Creek Resort are both looking at adding tents to all outdoor spaces and just really watching how they might be able to be maintained. Vail is also exploring having the town fund $25 gift cards to distribute f=to folks in need for the early winter season. This is a hard issue for many of the resort areas.
Heidi Magnus (Firebrand)
A delivery option would be interesting to experiment with. Cost is of course the issue for us.
Heidi haave you thought about sharing delivery service with your neighbor like the W café?
Agree with kevin on challenges we see and still cant see
Heidi Magnus (Firebrand)
Kim is so busy delivering her own stuff I don't think she could help.
@ Scott Yes, 50 people is all customers, it does not include staff. It does include individuals in line or using the restroom.
And here is the interim ventilation guidance https://covid19.gunnisoncounty.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Interim-Ventilation-Guidance-during-COVID-Updates-June-10-2020.pdf
To clarify--the CB council is considering temporary tents on private property. We unfortunately can't allow tents on the street or in the right of way due to snow removal operations