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Our Commitment to You

As our restaurant reopens for dine-in service, we have enhanced our existing protocols to ensure you remain confident in dining with us and to protect your wellbeing. The safety, health and comfort of our guests and our team is a top priority.

Thank you for your continued support and thank you for working with us to help maintain these new guidelines.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

SAFETY MEASURES

We ask that all guests and staff members perform their own symptoms check prior to arrival, if you feel ill or have any symptoms associated with COVID-19, please stay home.

All of our team members are fully vaccinated and will continue to have their temperature checked, have wellness evaluations, and wear face masks when interacting with our guests.

In order to control the number of people in our restaurants, we are taking limited reservations for all guests.

Guests are encouraged to wear masks when not seated at the table.

We have installed hand sanitizing stations for all of our employees.

We have partnered with Butler to service our machines and ensure we have all of the cleaning supplies we need.

We have state of the art, high temperature glass dishwashers.

We have a nightly cleaning crew that disinfects the restaurant from top-to-bottom.


WHOOP PROGRAM

Fellow's founder, Philip Camino, is the first hospitality entrepreneur to integrate wearable technology to better prepare and protect employees. All of our employees are outfitted with WHOOP – a smart band that tracks fitness and monitors health. This device provides personalized, actionable feedback to empower and encourage our employees to monitor their health. WHOOP devices alert users if significant changes to respiratory rate are detected, a common COVID-19 symptom, approximately 1-2 days prior to onset. This encourages users to seek immediate virus testing to confirm if there is an infection.*

*The products and services of WHOOP are not medical devices, are not intended to diagnose COVID-19, the flu or any other disease, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.