MASKS REQUIRED INDOORS
Beginning December 15th Regardless of Vaccination Status
I am sure you have heard by now, beginning December 15th, California is reinstating an indoor mask mandate. Guests at Watermans Harbor will be required to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status.
As we move into the next phase of operations, I want to assure you that we take the safety of our guests and employees seriously and are continuing to monitor the CDC, OSHA and State Covid protocols/requirements.
While the state has not altered its mask requirements for fully vaccinated individuals outdoors, we cannot confirm the vaccination status of our guests, and therefore recommend masks for those visiting our locations.
We appreciate your understanding and look forward to seeing you soon!
What we’re doing to keep you safe
Because we take the health and safety of our guests and staff seriously we have gone above and beyond federal, state and local requirements. We have increased our cleaning protocols and require all staff to wear masks.
We have retained a special cleaning crew to bio-sanitize the entire facility and has certified the restaurant is virus free (including Covid, Flu and other common viruses).
Finally, we purchased UV lights, Infrared Body Temperature Scanners and Rapid Results Covid Tests to further protect our guests and employees.
We will continue the following protocols:
- All staff staff and guests are encouraged to wear masks
- All tables and chairs cleaned and sanitized between guests with CDC approved disinfectant
- Surfaces sanitized with UV lights
- Sanitation stations strategically placed around the restaurant
- Bathrooms cleaned every 30 minutes
- One time use/online menus are available
- Restaurant deep cleaned between shifts
As we navigate through these unusual times, we appreciate your continued support!
The Waterman’s Harbor Team
GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS REGARDING ALCOHOL
Under new government regulations, alcoholic beverages may only be served with a meal. Appetizers, salads, sandwiches and shared food are not considered a meal. From the Alcohol and Beverage Control: “Business and Professions Code section 23038 provides that, “’Meals’ means the usual assortment of foods commonly ordered at various hours of the day; the service of such food and victuals only as sandwiches or salads shall not be deemed a compliance with this requirement.”