Three Dots and a Dash Wins Two Time Out Chicago Readers' Choice Awards
Best New Restaurant Design
At Lettuce Entertain You, the health and safety of our guests and employees has always been at the core of everything we do. Since our beginning in 1971, Rich Melman understood the importance of a safe and welcoming environment and the role it played in the success of a restaurant. Throughout the years, Lettuce has built a solid foundation of health and safety practices. Because of this foundation, our guests are able to relax and experience great food in a comfortable environment, and our employees can come to work and feel supported and secure.
Many would see this new world as a challenge. We, at Lettuce, look at it as an opportunity to bring our employees together, stronger than ever in their commitment to the health and safety standards in our restaurants. We also see a stronger relationship with our guests; those who are new to our restaurants, and those have grown up with Lettuce Entertain You. Our employees and our guests have come to trust Lettuce Entertain You restaurants for our commitment to excellence.
We are not starting over. We have always been here, ready to provide our guests with a dining experience they can trust, and our employees with a workplace they can be proud of. We are ready to welcome our guests with the same level of service, food quality and atmosphere that they have always enjoyed.
As we put into place our new health and safety guidelines, we realize that we are living in a time of great change. Our ability to accept change will move us forward. We are closely monitoring Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Model Food Code, government mandates, government policy changes, and public health advancements. We will continue to make changes as necessary or appropriate to our procedures and protocols.
As we look ahead, we are excited about moving forward, together.
Posted on June, 4 2020.
We haven’t said a lot these past few days. We stand unequivocally with Black Americans and the tens of thousands of people of conscience demanding that we live up to our values as a nation. But it is the voices of those who have suffered the injuries of systemic racism that must be heard right now. We are listening intently. As we face the indisputable truth that we can do better, we reflect on how we can best drive meaningful change within our own organization and communities.
We are starting with a thorough review of our corporate giving strategies to ensure that we are focused on efforts to eliminate social injustice and improve lives in Black communities and communities of People of Color. We are making an immediate contribution to the NAACP LDF. Through litigation, advocacy, and public education, LDF seeks structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice in a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans.
We know that actions speak louder than words and that we have a lot of work to do. It's a start. We pledge to move with deliberate speed and look forward to reporting back to you on our efforts.
The Holiday Bonus cards expired as of April 15 and cannot be used at this time. However, we will be issuing a 30 day extension period from August 15 to September 15, 2020. During that time, you will have four weeks to use the cards for dine in or carryout. Please note the following restrictions for using your Holiday Bonus from 8/15 - 9/15:
Valid for one time use
Not valid on Saturdays after 3 pm
Not valid with any promotional certificates or other offers
Not valid towards Frequent Diner Rewards, certificates or points
Not valid at Maggiano’s Little Italy locations outside Illinois
Not valid towards gratuity or redeemable for cash
Not valid towards private parties, events or delivery orders
Please keep in mind that the Holiday Bonus cards can be used any year between January 2nd - April 15th. The Holiday Bonus cards can also be used for carryout up to April 15th at participating restaurants during the government mandated shutdowns.
Time Out Chicago |
May 15, 2014
Original Article: http://www.timeout.com/chicago/food-drink/food-drink-awards-2014-readers-choice-winners