Statement & Actions
STATEMENT AND ACTIONS REGARDING COVID-19 (FORMERLY CORONA VIRUS)
Back Alley Bar & Grill values the health of our community, staff, and guests. As we continue to monitor the news surrounding the COVID-19 virus in the United States and now specifically in California, we would like our guests to know we are actively taking extra precautions to provide an environment that is both clean and safe for everyone. As of 3/13/20, Back Alley will remain open and operational.
The current position of the Orange County Health Authority is that the risk to the public is believed to be LOW. We agree with this assessment and will remain open during regular business hours. We are monitoring the situation daily with the information provided by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and WHO (World Health Organization) and will continue to update everyone as we receive more information. To further our commitment we have increased the frequency of deep cleanings which include but are not limited to wiping all surfaces with anti-bacterial sprays such as table and bar tops, door handles, tables, and chairs.
Our policy of all staff keeping hands washed and sanitized will continue as usual. We have also added hand-sanitizing dispensers at each entrance. Everyone must do their part. If you are exhibiting any symptoms such as cough, fever, or respiratory symptoms please stay home and see your doctor. We would like to address concerns here and share some information on what the COVID-19 virus is and what you can do to stay as safe as possible. If you would like to monitor this situation please visit the OC Health website below.
Back Alley Bar & Grill Management
Alcohol beverages to go policy
We serve food such as burgers, Mexican food, sandwiches, fries, nachos, and other appetizers. Additionally, we are a full-service bar and serve some alcoholic beverages to go (for takeaway/take-out). Here are the rules for take-out alcoholic drinks.
Alcoholic beverages that are packaged by this establishment are open containers and may not be transported in a motor vehicle except in the vehicle's trunk; or, if there is no trunk, the container may be kept in some other area of the vehicle that is not normally occupied by the driver or passengers (which does not include a utility compartment or glove compartment Vehicle Code Section 23225). Further, such beverages may not be consumed in public or in any other area where open containers are prohibited by law.