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Friday's "To Go" service put on hold
June 25, 2020

In our continued commitment to fan safety, we are applying for the Palmetto Priority recognition program to ensure our food safety is in accordance with the CDC/reopening guidelines. Because of this, we will not be running our "To Go from the Joe" program tomorrow. To be clear, our "To Go

In our continued commitment to fan safety, we are applying for the Palmetto Priority recognition program to ensure our food safety is in accordance with the CDC/reopening guidelines. Because of this, we will not be running our "To Go from the Joe" program tomorrow.

To be clear, our "To Go from the Joe" program has been executed above and beyond food and health safety measures. However, we feel this measure will renew how important we are taking new guidelines and regulations for the health, safety and peace of mind for our guests. We look forward to serving you again soon.

MORE ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

Yesterday, June 23, 2020, Governor McMaster announced the availability of the Palmetto Priority recognition program. This new initiative is the result of a collaborative effort spearheaded by the SC Restaurant and Lodging Association (SCRLA), DHEC, and the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism. The program recognizes restaurants that fully commit to and follow the SCRLA re-opening guidance. This program will be overseen by the SCRLA but does not require membership in SCRLA. It is open to all restaurants. The program is designed to be consumer governed as patrons are asked to take a quick online survey of their experience and includes the opportunity to file a report if they experience a restaurant not honoring their Palmetto Priority commitment.