Yuma location reopening with cafeteria-style modifications
YUMA COUNTY, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY)- Golden Corral reopens its Yuma location with cafeteria-style modifications.
The restaurant will reopen Monday with some modifications following COVID-19 safety measures.
In statement they said:
The health and well-being of our co-workers, guests, and community is always our top priority. We look forward to reopening our Yuma, AZ restaurant on Monday, May 11, with cafeteria-style service that eliminates the need for guests to touch serving utensils. We are confident that our guests will enjoy a Golden Corral experience with an even higher level of personal service. We will continue to reinforce our rigorous cleanliness standards for guest touchpoints, perform employee temperature checks, and incorporate additional hand sanitizing stations. All of our team members will wear masks while working. As an added measure, every shift, we will have four dedicated co-workers focused solely on sanitizing and disinfecting surfaces in the restaurant. New social distancing procedures, including a 50% capacity limit, floor markers, table spacing, and drink delivery, will also be in place. Our restaurant in Kingman, AZ, will open on Tuesday, May 12, and the Prescott, AZ location, will open on Wednesday, May 13, with these same measures in place. We appreciate the support of our loyal guests and look forward to bringing our teams back to work to serve everyone this week.
Corral Five, LLC, a Golden Corral Franchisee.