Local businesses are again welcoming customers after such a long stint of staying at home and some have reached out to say they are open. Below is an alphabetical list of those that have, along with guidelines they provided for their reopenings.
As a service to the business community and residents, the Leader will regularly update this list with the latest announcements submitted by businesses so folks can get out there and enjoy all Longmont has to offer.
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Elevations Credit Union
777 21st Ave.
1079 S. Hover St., Suite 100
Elevations in a June 11 email announced that branches are open and locations have added a dedicated hour for members 60 and older from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. weekdays.
The credit union is requiring all members and employees to wear face coverings in its branches, and is asking members who are not feeling well or have been around someone with symptoms of COVID-19 to use one of its bank from home options instead of visiting a branch.
To ensure social distancing, Elevations is limiting the number of members in branches, which means people may be asked to wait outside or in their cars.
Regular branch hours are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday
While not required, Elevations also recommends scheduling appointments for more complex services such as loan applications, new accounts and financial wellness reviews. To schedule an appointment at the Hover Street location, click here. To schedule an appointment at the 21st Avenue branch, click here.
Left Hand Brewing Co.
1265 Boston Ave.
The tasting room is now open and Left Hand on its website states “Along with the introduction of air hugs and socially distanced high fives, a few things have changed.”
Left Hand safety precautions and procedures include:
- Asking that only healthy people visit the tasting room and that anyone experiencing illness symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, chills or fatigue please stay home.
- Masks are mandatory when patrons are not seated.
- Parties are limited to eight people maximum and guests are highly encouraged to arrive at the same time.
- No outside food or drink, including water bottles is allowed. Food trucks will be on site as part of the state’s reopening requirements. If a food truck has to cancel, the tasting room will not open. Growlers also are not being refilled at this time.
- There will be table service only, and guests are asked to remain seated and to maintain 6-feet of social distance when not.
- Guests are asked to bus their tables and to observe one-way traffic flow as designated.
- Debit and credit card payments are ideal for payment, and when not possible, exact cash payments are preferred.
Learn more about Left Hand’s reopening procedures here.
Next Door American Eatery
1232 S. Hover St., Suite C-400
The restaurant in Village at the Peaks has reopened after months of takeout and delivery only, and now features expanded outdoor seating. The restaurant also has a new menu and a mobile app to maximize safety and convenience for staff and guests. All orders and payments will be taken via the mobile app, which can be downloaded here.
Masks are required whenever guests are not seated at tables, including for restroom visits. Food and drinks will be served with disposable (compostable when possible) dishes, flatware and glassware. Parties are limited to eight or fewer.
Modern Market Eatery
700 Ken Pratt Blvd
Modern Market Eatery is open for dine service in our lobby or patio along with continued to-go, delivery and curbside ordering.
We do offer contactless ordering through our app, website or QR code that can be scanned outside our restaurant.
The Post Brewing Co.
1258 S. Hover Road
The Post is now open for dine-in by reservation only. Reservations are being accepted fo r4 to 8 p.m. daily.
Among the safety precautions are:
- Guests are asked to wear a mask.
- Digital menus are available for phone viewing, or single-use, disposable menus will be provided.
- Guests are asked to observe social distancing.
- Touchless payment options will be available and preferred, but cash will be accepted.
Learn more about The Post’s reopening procedures here.
Terry Street Collective
610 Terry St.
Terry Street Collective, which offers a variety of health and wellness services from a team of practitioners, is reopening after two-plus months of quarantine. Appointments are being taken for massages, acupuncture treatment, IV therapy or facials.
Masks will be required at all times during visits to the Collective. Everyone is asked to use the hand sanitizer placed by the front door before entering and then to proceed to the hand washing station in the waiting room to wash their hands. Those who use the restroom are asked to let their practitioners know so the restroom can be disinfected after every use.
The Fluid IV Lounge is closed, but IV therapy is being offered by newest Collective member, Jessica Tingwald and The Peaceful Poppy Med Spa. To schedule an IV appointment, click here.
View a list of Terry Street Collective practitioners and services here.
209 Emery St.
Wibby’s patio is open, but guests are asked to observe safety precautions including:
- Those who are feeling any COVID-19 symptoms are asked to stay home.
- All orders must be placed through the contact-free payment system gotab.com
- Face coverings must be worn when finding a table, ordering from the food truck, waiting for restroom, and any other time deemed necessary to ensure the comfort of all team members and fellow patrons.
- Maximum group size is eight people, including children.
- No mingling between parties is allowed.
- The taproom is open for restroom use, but only two people are allowed in the restroom at a time.
- Guests are asked to only sit at tables that have a sign designating that the table is clean and ready for use.
- Guests are asked not to move tables or chairs without permission of staff.
Wibby in a news release, also asked that people be kind to each other: “It is of the upmost importance that we make sure we are all obeying the rules that are based on the executive order set forth by the governor of Colorado. Whatever your beliefs are on these rules, please be kind and understanding because we are all in this together.”
1139 Francis St.
The Ziggi's Coffee location at 1139 Francis St. is now open.
Ziggi's on June 11 announced it has begun a slow reopening of its cafe areas to dine-in customers and plans to have all cafes open by the end of the month, dependent upon local government guidelines.
Although many locations had to close indoor cafe areas in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority were able to continue operations with drive-thru service. As cafes begin to reopen, policies and procedures are being implemented to abide by all state health regulations in an effort to ensure customer and employee safety, according to a news release.
“We take the health and safety of our community very seriously, which is why we are implementing new precautionary measures at all of our locations,” Dani Wanner, vice president of operations, stated in the release. “Over the past few months, we have enhanced our sanitation and safety procedures at all of our drive-thru locations and now, we are expanding those procedures into our dining areas.”
Other Ziggi's locations that have reoepened include: 691 Split Rock Drive, Loveland; 7298 Lagae Road, Castle Pines; 3160 Village Vista Drive, Erie; and 1055 Courtesy Road, Louisville.