Due to Covid restrictions, we will be unable to have the Holiday Pick Up Line where we walk guests down the line to pick up items. For those customers who are only buying frozen food products to cook-at-home for the holidays, we highly recommend BUYING NOW! Our frozen items will last 6 months if stored properly in the freezer. To learn more, visit our Holiday 2020 FAQ page.
We are currently reviewing the information provided to us by the Governor and are going to move slowly and deliberately on making any decisions about changes to our operation based on this new information. We will continue our commitment to keep our staff and customers safe, which is exactly what we have done the entire pandemic.
In other words, there are no immediate changes to our operations based on this new information but we will keep our customers updated when and if any changes are made. Masks or face coverings are still required before entering the building. Upon being seated in the dining room, you may remove your mask. Anytime not seated, you must wear a mask.
One thing is for sure, our team is trying to do the best they can under circumstances that are beyond our control and our mission will continue to be to try to find ways to DELIGHT our guests. We look forward to returning to normal as soon as possible and hope that you will consider making Wade’s one of your regular dining choices. Stay healthy and thanks again for your support!
Due to the government mandate, we are only able to accommodate half the amount of guests as usual in our dining room and social distancing procedures will be strictly enforced in our lobby area. We are very excited to take the next step towards “getting back to normal” however there are some things to know before you decide to dine-in!
Our new inside pickup system allows the guest to alert us that they are in the parking lot via a mobile check in app, which in turn means they can remain in their car or outside until we alert them via a text message that their order is ready and waiting. Other precautionary steps that we are taking within this new ToGo model are moving our pickup area to the large dining room that was previously used for Express, clearly marked social distancing “dots” on the floor, plexiglass barriers between our guests and our cashiers, continued sanitation practices on all contact surfaces by a designated staff member, friendly attendants that are directing guests through the process, and much more.