COVID UPDATE FOR THE SHOP
***So as we have heard South Carolina has opened indoor seating for restaurants. We have thought it over and looked at our layout and as much as we would LOVE to have the cafe open we believe that for us the safest thing for staff and customers is to keep the cafe closed for now. People come first and we don't want to risk the safety of people over maybe a little more revenue with indoor seating. We look forward to the day where we can have the
cafe open and hold conversations around the bar once again. but for now, we think it the wisest thing as a business is to only have outdoor seating at this time. To-go orders and mobile ordering with @cloosiv with curbside pickup is still going strong. Thank you for your guy's understanding and constant support. We will be adding even more new outdoor seating and building some things as well in the near future. So keep an eye out. Stay safe 💛 - Love, the LFC Crew ****
We love our community and the people we get to serve and we always strive to make sure our shop is a safe space for all.
We want to do our part to protect everyone from the spread of COVID-19 so there might be a few things done a little differently for the next little while at the shop.
We encourage everyone to download the Cloosiv app to do mobile ordering and choose curbside delivery to help protect everyone and comply to the social distancing regulations!
Other things We Are Doing:
Other changes may occur as well down the road. We appreciate you all and want to make sure you feel safe coming into our shop.
Thanks for understanding. 💛 Be safe, stay healthy, stay calm, and be courteous to those around you!
Upstate Restaurant Workers Need Your HelpOn March 17th, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster announced that all restaurants, bars, and breweries must close their dine-in service in an effort to slow the progression of COVID-19.Although necessary from a public health standpoint, this mandate has deeply impacted the Upstate's restaurant community – especially staff members who rely on hourly wages to pay their bills and care for their families.It's time for our community to step up and do something about it. If you have the means to do so, please consider contributing to our relief fund. -UPSTATE RESTAURANT RESCUE