Friday, May 15th (10am - 12pm) - RSVP below
For the past two months the statewide stay-at-home order has required our North County restaurants to close their doors to dine-in visitors and find ways to adapt to this temporary reality to save lives. As we move forward with the thoughtful and data-driven reopening based on county public health guidelines, our restaurants will need to adapt to COVID-19 reopening to the public.
To help coach owners through this process, I have brought together county, state and local restaurant and public health leaders to hold a virtual workshop just for restaurant owners on Friday, May 15th from 10am to 12pm. The goal of this workshop is to provide North County restaurant owners with a better understanding of the changing regulatory landscape and some strategies for managing the new industry realities because of COVID-19.
While we may not have all the answers, we want to start the dialogue now on how to best adapt and what to expect in the coming weeks and months. Our panelists include:
• Caroline Smith | San Diego County Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
• Matt Sutton | California Restaurant Association
• Cynthia Darlington | Darlington Marketing
Restaurant owners who wish to participate can RSVP by following the link below. The link to log into our Zoom-enabled virtual workshop at the scheduled time will be sent to those who fill out the RSVP contact form.
I hope you’ll be able to join us and get some information you and your business can put into practice in the coming months.