While Governor Ivey introduced phase two of reopening in May, some restaurants opted to stick to carryout service including Bamboo on 2nd. On Monday, Bamboo opened its doors for the first time in months with some of the strictest safety measures in place that we’ve seen so far.
Bamboo on 2nd safety measures
Doors were opened Monday at 5 p.m., one of three options you can sign up for if you want to eat inside. It’s part of their commitment moving forward. They’ve taken preparing to reopen very seriously. They’ve added outdoor patio tables that are sanitized between each party, spaced out tables, and even installed tiny machines that kill germs by sending out ions that kill 99.4 percent of all bacteria in the restaurant.\
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Don’t call it a comeback. We’ve been here for weeks Out on the streets, curb-side for our peeps. Last night’s return to in-house dining was a surprisingly smooth success! Thank you to everyone (both inside and curbside) for the incredible support. And very special thanks for adapting so quickly and kindly to our new ‘rules’ by practicing social distancing and wearing your mask when not at your table. It was so great to see everybody. Maybe, a little weird at first, but still super fun, right?! We know! Let’s do it again! Phone lines open at NOON for a spot in one of tonight’s three full-service seatings. (5:00, 6:30 or 8:00.) Call (205) 703-0551. Phone lines open at 5:00 for curbside pickup. Full menu at bambooon2nd.com Order at (205) 703-0551. (Confused? Need some blanks filled in? Check out this past Sunday night’s post for full details on the ‘reopening’ of our dining room.)
Bamboo on 2nd has been forced to adapt recently. Their curbside service has taken a hit as more people are deciding to dine out. Bamboo believes their increased safety measures will allow them to serve food safely.