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Dine-in FAQ's

Welcome back to Nada! We've missed you so much, and can't wait to serve you again. We wanted to reassure you that we are only opening after critically assessing every aspect of our dining experience. Here's what we're doing:

Dine-in FAQs

Are you accepting walk-ins?

Yes, we are accepting reservations as well as walk-ins.



Can I make 2 reservations for 10 guests (20 total)?

In compliance with goverment regulations, there are party size restrictions.  Please visit your location page for more information.



Do guests have to wear a mask?

In compliance with government mandates, guests are required to wear a mask while entering and exiting the restaurant or any time you are away from your table.  Masks are not required once seated at the table.


What are some extra steps Nada is taking to ensure the health of guests & staff?

Additional staff has been added specifically dedicated to frequently sanitize. We will continue timed hourly hand-washing, wearing masks, and pre-shift health assessments that include taking the temperature of staff.  


How does this affect the service I expect from Nada?

The impeccable standards you expect from Nada will never change, but we have updated our steps of service to limit the number of visits to your table. We have also changed the layout of our restaurant to allow for proper distancing between tables.


Are you taking guest temperatures?

We are not. We are recommending the guests do this before they leave their house and reschedule their visit if they show any COVID-19 symptoms.


Do employees have to wear a mask?

Employees will wear masks at all times unless masks are not recommended due to the job being performed. When working over a grill, for example, masks are prohibited.


Will the staff be wearing gloves?

Staff will be wearing gloves when required by the health department and CDC guidelines. This will not typically include servers wearing gloves when serving tables. However, gloves will be used when handling all prepared food. Frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer have been found more effective than typical practices with wearing gloves.



What if a staff member gets Covid-19?

We will follow proper protocol and inform the local health department. The staff member will not return until she/he meets the criteria provided by the CDC to allow return to the workplace.