Seagate Safe at the Atlantic Grille

Our Seagate Safe Commitment
Rest. Assured.

The health and safety of our guests and staff have always been vitally important to us, but never more so than now. We’re doing everything possible to make certain that all our properties are safe, sanitary, and germ-free. In fact, we’ve rolled out Seagate Safe, our comprehensive new property-wide program in partnership with EcoLab, with over 150 additional procedures, to provide you with the highest level of safety.

Seagate Safe represents our substantial commitment to protecting guests, staff members, and the surrounding community by implementing a broad range of safety precautions.

Seagate Safe Dining Guidelines:
We have updated the layout in all public spaces to support safe social distancing.

We have reduced capacity in all of our dining venues, and all indoor and outdoor furniture is properly spaced to facilitate distancing throughout the property. We have installed temporary plexiglass shields at our host stations for additional protection and safety.

All employees will wear face masks and gloves, and we ask that our guests please wear masks indoors when not dining.

Tables and chairs will be disinfected after each use. All menus will be single-use, condiments will be single-use and provided upon request, and silverware will be rolled for sanitation reasons.

All food and beverage employees have been trained on the “Serve Safe” curriculum and will follow proper handwashing etiquette. All vendors must follow CDC procedures. The staff have designated assignments to avoid interchanging duties, with specific teams assigned to clearing & sanitizing after each seating.

Reservations are staggered to promote distancing and enable us to operate at a safe capacity. We recommend booking a table in advance.

We ask that you please limit cash transactions, guests are able to handle their own Credit Card for processing.

We are continually monitoring government policy changes and mandates, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, in addition to all local public health notices and will continue to adapt our protocols and procedures as necessary.