Howdy, everyone! We open for Easter weekend and we are so looking forward to the 2022 season, and hoping for a year with no disruptions – we are all ready for that, aren’t we!
Now, that being said, this is still a time of adjusting to changing conditions, and we want to make sure that all our guests are comfortable.
With the proposed ending of the vaccine passport for restaurants, we are no longer required to have guests display these upon check-in, as we did last year. The assumption is that we will be able to go back to our usual practice of the past 40+ years, of having guests seated together at large tables in the dining room, which has always been such a big part of the enjoyment of mealtimes at Sundance, with the great conversation and the chance to meet new friends.
We recognize however that guests may not be comfortable sharing a table with other guests who may be unvaccinated. People may have immuno-compromised family members at home, for example, and therefore want to be careful about such things.
We are therefore emailing all guests prior to arrival, asking for those who prefer to share a table only with others who are vaccinated to let us know by return email, and to indicate that they will show their vaccine passport upon check-in.
This will enable us to ensure that we seat you only with others who are vaccinated and who have made the same request. Families with small children who have not yet been vaccinated will need to have their own table if they do not want to share a table with unvaccinated guests.
Weekends are already mostly full this year, with many people using credits from cancelled bookings over the past two years of Covid-19 restrictions. We still have availability over many midweek periods, however. (Midweek is Sunday through Thursday nights, usually with the exception of long weekend Sundays.)