Greetings! We have news. After much consideration, chatting with our staff, deep meditation and rage howling from our rooftop, we’ve decided to err on the side of caution and NOT open for dine-in service at this point.

Across the nation we’re learning that eating out is “risky business” (insert Tom Cruise-in-skivvies slide here), but retail shopping is comparatively safe for patrons and staff.

So, if you come in sporting a MASK (this is NOT negotiable) you can order at our newly plexi-glassed counter, and we have set up a boutique area in the front of our building that you can shop while picking up your takeout food and/or beverages. It’s filled with our coffee, tea, t-shirts, mugs, stickers, pins, local art and more. If you’re not wearing a mask, or are just looking to play it extra-safe, we’ll still have our takeout window available for your use.

We hope you are well fellow humans. Take care of yourself, and each other.

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  1. Was really dissapointed by the rude staff and the service. So we were sitting outside, literally to loud to have a conversation, our food was brought out in a plastic bag and in all stryofoam containers. Plastic forks, no one came out to see if we needed anything. I was embarrassed for taking my friend from out of state there. When we were done shouting, the trash bin behind us was stuffed overflowing. I feel like if your going to open up then open up, but to say your open and run at half ass, we’ll I tell you, I won’t be back.

    1. I appolgize you didn’t get the experience you were hoping for, but please be advised the tables outside are not set up for a dining experience. We are only doing take out, so our staff delivering your food to you in a plastic bag/styrofoam containers is consistent with what we are offering at this point in time. Additionally since it is not a dining experience, only take out, our staff is not checking on tables, refilling drinks, etc.

      Because our building is so small we do not think we can adequately protect our staff or patrons at this point in the pandemic. We care more about people than profits, so we are doing what we can to just pay the bills and keep people safe.

      I hope that you reconsider you opinion of us. It’s the support of patrons willing to stick with us during this difficult time that has kept our doors open, albeit for limited services.

      Jody Parmann
      Raven Cafe

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