An Important Message
We have made the incredibly difficult decision to move all three of our restaurants to carry out and curbside only. As of Wednesday Morning, March 18, 2020 we will no longer be seating inside of our restaurants. As business owners and employers we must put the safety of our guests and our employees first. We are doing everything in our power to ensure that our employees can continue to have jobs and be part of the THAT Place Projects family. We believe we can do it with your help. We also believe that we can perform an important service to the community by making delicious food available. From single servings to family meals, we've got everything you need. We will also have vegetarian meals available and we will be selecting ingredients that are known to boost the immune system. All three restaurants will now be serving you through curbside pickup and delivery in special sealed containers hand selected for the utmost care and safety. For all food safety standards and we continue to utilize Quaternary Virucidal Kitchen Sanitizer on all hard surfaces and kitchen equipment, and we have engaged each employee in COVID-19 specific training procedures to ensure the health and wellness of both our customers and employees. We have reserved spaces on the south side of the Tourist Home for curbside pick up and our staff will greet you and provide an iPad for payment if you have not paid in advance. Or you can use our delivery services Lodel and Grubhub to deliver conveniently to your door. Tourist Home will have a walk up window for coffee and pastries and fast-to-go items and we request that you call ahead so that no lines form at the window.
The Breakfast Menu will be available from 7am-3pm
The Dinner Menu: 3pm-8pm We will be combining dishes you love from all three restaurants into a single menu you can enjoy. Look to our website www.thatplaceprojects.com for details. This is where all orders will be taken from. For gift card sales, for every $100 sold we will donate $25 to an employee fund to ensure as many of our employees can keep their jobs as is possible. We believe that if we rally as a community and seek to take care of one another that we will get through this together. Sincerely, Kevin Heinonen, CEO THAT Place Projects on behalf of the 85 employees that make up our family.