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Coronavirus Health & Safety Standards

World-Class Hospitality Means World-Class Cleanliness

As we prepare to welcome you back to beautiful Napa Valley, we are committed to providing the world-class hospitality you’ve come to know and love, as well as a safe environment that aligns with expert protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our business community is working closely with the Napa County Public Health Office to redefine cleaning and safety standards throughout the Napa Valley, while still providing a joyful and memorable experience.

The businesses of Napa Valley are committed to providing all guests with a clean, safe, and enjoyable experience. Learn more about how Napa Valley is setting the new standard for enhanced cleanliness, from restaurants and retail shops to wineries, hotels, and more.

 

Restaurants

Napa Valley restaurants are committed to meet and exceed the highest health and safety standards, as well as “best practices,” based on guidance from the California Department of Public Health; the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention); OSHA; and the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) to ensure the health and safety of guests, staff, and the Napa Valley community.

Protocols to Maintain Health & Safety:

  • Restaurants will communicate health and safety protocols as part of the reservation procedure and ask that guests agree to abide by these measures (for example, restaurants may require guests to provide contact information for everyone in their party and/or require guests to wear face coverings before being seated).
  • Signage will be posted at the entrance clearly stating current procedures, including that social distancing is in practice; safety is a priority; and advising anyone who is unwell to not enter the premises.
  • All employees will wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) based on their role and responsibilities, in adherence with state and local regulations.
  • Dining room capacity and table layouts will be based on current social distancing requirements at County mandated occupancy levels.
  • All shared surfaces and any high touch areas will be regularly sanitized; and tables and chairs will be sanitized before re-seating tables.