PLAN OF ACTION: WEIRD TIMES
Frolik is up and running but still living in weird times. Roll with us here…
- Wear your mask. Just do it (no copyright infringement intended). We love seeing your beautiful faces from a distance when seated at your table but for the safety of our guests and staff, you must always wear your mask when moving about the space.
- You are more than welcome to get up to take photos, again put your mask on. Impress your cyber fans by showing them how much you care about others. Don’t forget to tag @frolikseattle.
- Parties of more than 6 are not allowed in the current phase. Get less friends.
- All service will be handled by your server and delivered to your table. Service is not available at the bar. We ask that you don't move to an open table.
- Sometimes we run with the popular crowd - avoid the wait and book a reservation on Resy.com. Walk-in tables are available on a first come, first serve basis but not guaranteed.
- Please maintain social distance, please wash your hands, please do not come in if you are sick. We are trying to keep our staff healthy.
- We have added additional cleaning measures before, during, and after service. If there is something you are not comfortable with, let us know.
- Hours will be flexible so keep an eye out for updates as the seasons change.
- Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails can only operate at half capacity so please refrain from table hibernation. Table limits will be set to 90 minutes.
- We will have QR codes for the menu.
- Due to COVID, we have removed the ping pong tables, Jenga, and cornhole from the deck. We know, we will bring them back as soon as we can, we miss them too. #SafetyFirst
- We are trying to figure this out in an environment that changes daily. Please bear with us.
- Be a good human.
As always, thank you all for supporting our Frolik family during these strange days. Stay safe, be well, and have fun!
This One’s for the Girls - Frosé Special**
$1 of every frosé purchase in the month of October will be donated to Cierra Sisters, a Seattle-based breast cancer survivor and support organization whose mission is to break the cycle of fear and increase knowledge concerning breast cancer in the African American and underserved communities.