As a part of Stage 1 of Alberta’s plan to lift some COVID-19 restrictions and reopen the province, Edmonton restaurants, bars, breweries, and cafes can reopen for dine-in service starting May 14, as long as they are operating at 50% capacity and following all safety measures outlined by Health Authorities.
Craft Beer Market will be opening its Edmonton location (and patio) for dine-in service on Thursday.
“The health and safety of our guests and Team is our number one priority and is at the forefront of every decision we make,” says PJ L’Heureux, president and founder of CRAFT Beer.
“We want to thank our loyal guests for their support and trust in us while we adjust to the new demands our industry faces.”
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The restaurant will be abiding by several new health and safety protocols including operating at 50% capacity, low-contact sections where guests can order via mobile app, contactless payment options, and staff temperature checks at the beginning of each shift, to name a few.
The 15,000-sq-ft inside boasts a 2500-sq-ft rooftop patio, allowing ample space for maintaining social distancing.
The restaurant will be open daily with adjusted hours of operation. Curbside pickup and delivery will continue to be offered.
Address: 10013 101A Avenue, Edmonton