Our Dress Code
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IN AN EFFORT TO PROVIDE AN ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE FOR FELLOW DINERS AND STAFF, WE ASK THAT YOU RESPECT OUR DRESS CODE POLICY. WE FIND THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TOO CASUAL FOR OUR DINING ROOM:
Smart Casual Required for dining
Tops: Guests may wear collared shirts, t-shirts, blouses, or sweaters. Tank tops, crop tops, and bare midriffs are not allowed.
Bottoms: Guests may wear pants, shorts, skirts, or dresses. Shorts and skirts should be of a modest length, no shorter than mid-thigh. Athletic wear, beachwear, and ripped or overly distressed clothing are not allowed.
Shoes: Guests must wear shoes at all times. Sneakers, loafers, sandals, and dress shoes are all acceptable. Flip flops, slides, and overly casual or beach-specific footwear are not allowed.
Accessories: Hats may be worn but must be removed upon entering the restaurant. Sunglasses may not be worn indoors. Large or distracting jewelry should be avoided.
Overall appearance: Guests are expected to arrive looking clean and presentable. Clothing should be free of offensive graphics, slogans, or logos. Guests should avoid heavy colognes or perfumes.
Overall, the aim of a casual dress code is to promote a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere while still maintaining a level of decorum appropriate for dining in public.
Management reserves the right to update the dress code policy at any time, make exceptions as appropriate, and refuse service to patrons who deem are not appropriately dressed.