The Cav rides on
Restaurants are shuttered all over the country and up and down the front range.
Those that remain open are relegated to take out and delivery, but here's how a Laramie steakhouse is riding out this global crisis.
"Majority of our staff wanted to stay in town, they wanted to work and get the hours. So this was a way for us to help them still be able to pay bills, still be able to pay rent and eat and get groceries, and so this our way as a restaurant to make us take care of our team, the Calvary team," Cavalry Steakhouse General Manager Justin Taylor said.
During these times employees are selling $50 (or more) gift cards and in return get to keep 100% of proceeds.
In order to keep the their staffers employed all front of house staff has become a delivery fleet
Their quote is --- we ride to you"
"We're telling our crew no matter what we're going to take care of them, we're going to ride this out together, we don't know this might be two weeks, it gets extended to another two weeks, we're just trying to make sure they feel secure," Cavalry Steakhouse General Manager Justin Taylor said.
The Cav has launched “steakcation” meal kits (other protein varieties are also available)
For delivery to their guests they are offering a pay-what-you-can pricing through Monday.
As a Call to action, and as a way to better serve the communities, Cavalry Steakhouse delivers to Cheyenne as well.
If you would like to donate to the cause please visit the link below.