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Covid Updates

Happy New Year to our many Guests & Friends. As we enter a new year, we have been welcomed with some positive news from Nova Scotia Public Health that we wish to share with you.

Effective Monday, January 4, 2021, our dining rooms will reopen to the public, with a continuing adherence to all current protocols surrounding Covid-19. This means that we must continue to take contact name and phone or email information, observe 6 -foot/2-metre social distancing, continue to wear a mask while entering or exiting as well going to and from the washroom, and allow for a maximum of 10 guests per table. During this time, our restaurants will continue with take-out and pickup orders and utilize third-party delivery services through Uber Eats; Skip the Dishes and Doordash. You can also order by contacting us at the phone numbers listed below.
Thank-you for your past patronage and looking forward to serving you in our spacious dining rooms once again.

Dartmouth location: 902-434-8814 | Halifax location: 902-454-8814

NEW: Contact Tracing APP

Public Health Order 11.1.1 Indicates that restaurants must collect and maintain records for each patron. How it works:

  1. When you arrive a one of our restaurants, please have one person from your family register their information for contact tracing purposes by texting “steakstein1″ (Halifax location) or “steakstein2” (Dartmouth location) to the number 11011.
  2.  After sending your text, please show our host the confirmation reply before being seated and served. If you do not have a phone, we will record your name and contact information and input it manually.
  3. If there is a reported exposure in our restaurant, Public Health officials will pull the contact information for all the restaurant patrons who checked in with the short code keyword, within a specified time frame and a notification would be sent out, to self-monitor for symptoms.

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COVID-19 UPDATE Jan. 4, 2020