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LOOK: KSBar & Grille is ready to reopen; Online reservations now accepted

Today, KSBar and Grille is finally reopening its doors.

In accordance with state regulations, our dining room will be open at 33% capacity and we’ve expanded our patio space, with tables spaced six or more feet apart to ensure proper social distancing. All staff will wear gloves and masks and all surfaces will be sanitized at 20-30 minute intervals using a three-step process. We are also switching to disposable plates and utensils.




Because we have limited capacity, we are also accepting online reservations for tables inside at KSBarTable.com. Reservations will be accepted from 4 p.m. to close. If you are waiting for your reservation time, we ask that you wait in your car instead of congregating in the patio area. Tables on our expanded patio are still first come, first serve.

If you’re not quite ready to join us in person, you can still call ahead and order meals for curbside pickup every day of the week.

We hope to see you soon!

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

3 Comments for LOOK: KSBar & Grille is ready to reopen; Online reservations now accepted



  1. big cat
    12:14 pm May 22, 2020 Permalink

    Good to see the economy opening back up. IMO, one needs to be able to discern between food poisoning and COVID-19 symptoms. Maybe we can get Czar Andy BeeFear to explain the difference….lol. Just sayin’. Ya’ll have fun at KSBar and whereever you are eating this weekend.



  2. J. Did
    4:20 pm May 22, 2020 Permalink

    Assumption of Risk.

    People should be given the choice, the ability, to sign an on-record ‘waiver’ accepting full personal responsibility for the possibility or probable chance of Covid-19 infection from dining at a favorite or known establishment.

    One either has had the virus – or will get it.

    Fear gets you nowhere.

    If you fear – remain at home.



  3. OldSchool606
    5:47 pm May 22, 2020 Permalink

    If you actually want to use the sidewalk how do you avoid the patrons safely? Are all pedestrians forced to walk out in the street with the cars??