R. House, the Remington food hall and bar, has reopened its indoor space for walk-up ordering. Its patio and parking lot tent will remain open for dining and be available for special events and live entertainment.
All nine of its vendors and its central bar, r. bar, are now available for customers to order carryout and for patio dining. Masks are required indoors with social distancing. There is no indoor seating.
To ensure a safe reopening, each vendor has installed shield guards, and contactless measures will be in place for food delivery. Social distancing stickers have been placed inside the food hall to keep six feet of distance between guests. Many areas of the food hall have been roped off such as the platforms and blocks, and the den. A limited number of people will be allowed indoors to place or pick-up an order.
Along with the reopening, the food hall will host live entertainment beginning tonight at 6 p.m. with pianist Aaron Hill on the R. House patio, as part of a new series called Remington Live. A $5 donation is encouraged, and guests may also reserve a five-person table on the patio for $50. Reservations can be made by clicking here.
R. House has also launched a new food market called Garage Sale, an outdoor mini-market on the R. House patio, featuring local vendors, creators, and craft makers. The next Garage Sale market will take place this Saturday, August 29, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Vendors interested in applying for future Garage Sale markets may apply at http://bit.ly/GarageSaleMarketApplication.
For full hours at R. House, check out its website.
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