As many of us have had to do over the past several months of the COVID-19 crisis, the folks at Buckeye Roadhouse is taking a pause. The 83-year-old landmark Mill Valley restaurant has temporarily closed upon learning two of its staff members tested positive for coronavirus, and will reopen on July 6 after “a deep cleaning” by an outside firm.
In an open letter posted to its website, Buckeye’s owners noted that all employees will receive paid sick leave while the restaurant is closed, and COVID-19 testing is now mandatory for the entire staff.
Buckeye has been open for most of the shelter in place for takeout/delivery, and had reopened for outdoor dining on June 8, maintaining strict protocols in terms of social distancing, wearing masks and gloves, taking employees’ temperatures before work and cleaning throughout the day.
Buckeye Roadhouse at 15 Shoreline Highway reopens for indoor and outdoor dining on July 6. MORE INFO.
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