TOSTADA REGIA REOPENS THEIR DOORS MAY 1, 2020 WITH NEW SAFETY PROTOCOLS RECOMMENDED BY THE GOVERNOR’S REOPEN TEXAS PLAN
MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2020 – Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, announced restaurants are included in the phase 1 plan of reopening businesses in Texas and Tostada Regia has decided to reopen all seven locations following the safety guidelines outlined in The Governor’s Report to Open Texas plan as well as establishing additional protocols to ensure the safety of their employees and customers. In addition, all Tostada Regia employees are required to wear face covers and although it is not mandatory for customers to do so, it is highly recommended. Tables will be placed six feet apart with a maximum capacity of six people per table. There will be a hand sanitation station at the entrance of each location and customers will be required to stand six feet apart while waiting to be seated.Happy Hour will resume from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Westheimer, Long Point, and I-10 locations. The new Family Pack menu items will continue to be available as a dine in option as well as takeout or delivery. UberEats, GrubHub, DoorDash, and the Tostada Regia app will continue to be delivery options as well. Tostada Regia will also continue to offer the Comfort Food Care Package to help Houston families in need registered through the non-profit organization, DePelchin Children’s Center.“We are very excited to be able to reopen our doors starting May 1, 2020. This will be a new process for us and we are tirelessly working to ensure our customers get a nice welcome back into our restaurants while also keeping their health and safety as our top priority. We are closely monitoring updates provided by the CDC and The Governor’s Report to Open Texas plan and we will be adjusting accordingly. We also highly recommend our customers to wear face masks upon entering and leaving our locations as an added safety measure for everyone.” stated Anabel Valdez, Tostada Regia Operations Manager.