Food and Beverage Concessions Sample Clauses

Food and Beverage Concessions. District may provide concessions for all Stadium events. All other concessions and food services on the District campus must be approved by the District.
Food and Beverage Concessions. Concessions may be sold if food handlers and cashiers use appropriate PPE and only prepared, prepackaged food is available. • Use touchless payment options as much as possible, if available. • Ask customers and staff to exchange cash or card payments by placing them on a receipt tray or on the counter to avoid direct hand-to-hand contact. • Disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects such as pens, counters, tables, trays, or hard surfaces between use and encourage patrons to use their own pens. Clean the surface prior to disinfection if visibly dirty. • Provide physical guides, such as tape markings on floors or sidewalks and signs on walls to ensure that individuals remain at least 6 feet apart when waiting in line to order or pick up. • Consider providing grab-and-go meal options. • Use disposable food service items including utensils and dishes. If disposable items are not feasible or desirable, ensure that all non-disposable food service items are handled with gloves and washed with dish soap and hot water or in a dishwasher. • Employees should wash their hands after removing their gloves or after directly handling used food service items. • Avoid offering any self-serve food or drink options such as drink stations. Remove communal high-touch items such as condiments and straw dispensers and replace with individual wrapped single-serve options provided by staff. • Minimize contact by handling food items to guests on a tray or with gloved hands. • Promote social distancing in seating areas. Space tables so all guest parties remain at least 6 feet apart. Communication SystemsAdvise the public that they should not attend if they have symptoms of, a positive test for, or were recently exposed (within 14 days) to COVID-19. Review nutrition service procedures to minimize exposure • Place tape marks on the floor to promote social distancing while waiting in line. • Food should be commercially prepared and prepackaged. • Staff handling cash should not also handle food. • Minimize or eliminate the need for people to be on the premises, other than necessaryemployees and participants. • Post a sign indicating reduced maximum occupancy numbers.
Food and Beverage Concessions. User understands and agrees that this Agreement shall not grant to the User any food, tobacco, and beverage concession rights, which belong solely to FIU. Accordingly, the sale of all food or beverages except by FIU and/or FIU’s concessionaire(s) is strictly prohibited.
Food and Beverage Concessions. The City shall control the food and beverage concessions on the Golf Course. The licenses necessary to operate such concession shall be in the name of the City, or in the name of the entity that the City utilizes to operate and maintain the Golf Course.

Related to Food and Beverage Concessions

  • Food and Beverage All food and beverages (alcoholic and non alcoholic) which are located at the Hotel (whether opened or unopened), or ordered for future use at the Hotel as of the Closing, including, without limitation, all food and beverages located in the guest rooms, but expressly excluding any alcoholic beverages to the extent the sale or transfer of the same is not permitted under Applicable Law (the “F&B”);

  • Alcoholic Beverages USER hereby acknowledges and agrees that no alcoholic beverages shall consumed or possessed by USER its agents, contractors, employees, patrons, performers or guests while in, on or about the Authorized Area.

  • The Concession 3.1.1 Subject to and in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, the Applicable Laws and the Applicable Permits, MOR hereby grants to the Concessionaire the concession set forth herein including the exclusive right, licence and authority to construct operate and maintain the Project, excluding the performance of Reserved Services, (the “Concession”) for a period of 25 (twenty five) years commencing from the Appointed Date and the Concessionaire hereby accepts the Concession and agrees to implement the Project subject to and in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth herein. Provided that in the event modification of the Concession Period shall have become due under and in accordance with the provisions of Article 27, MOR shall, on its own or upon receiving a notice from the Concessionaire, modify the Concession Period forthwith.

  • Food Although food may be served at a program being paid for with grant funds, the food may not be purchased with grant or matching funds.

  • Sub-licensing Without the District’s prior written consent, Licensee shall not sub-license or lease to any third party, including but not limited to allowing third parties to place Attachments on District Facilities, including Overlashing, or to place Attachments for the benefit of such third parties on District’s Poles. Any such action shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement. The use of Licensee’s Attachments by third parties (including but not limited to leases of dark fiber) that involves no additional Attachment or Overlashing is not subject to this Paragraph.

  • Footwear Where an employee is required by the College or by legislation, in order to perform his/her duties, to acquire and wear protective footwear, the employee shall provide the College with proof of purchase by March 1 each year and the College shall reimburse such employee, on the first pay day in April in each year, up to a maximum of one hundred and fifty dollar ($150.00). In situations other than the foregoing, the College may, in its discretion, (which discretion shall not be unreasonably exercised) reimburse such expense where it is recommended by the health and safety committee constituted under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

  • Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises Compliance Award of this Contract was based, in part, on the MBE/WBE participation plan. The following certified MBE or WBE subcontractors will be participating in this Contract: MBE/WBE PHONE COMPANY NAME SCOPE OF PRODUCTS and/or SERVICES UTILIZATION DATE PERCENT _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ A copy of each subcontractor agreement must be submitted to IDOA’s MBE/WBE Division within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this Contract. Failure to provide a copy of any subcontractor agreement will be deemed a violation of the rules governing MBE/WBE procurement, and may result in sanctions allowable under 25 IAC 5-7-8. Failure to provide any subcontractor agreement may also be considered a material breach of this Contract. The Contractor must obtain approval from IDOA’s MBE/WBE Division before changing the participation plan submitted in connection with this Contract. The Contractor shall report payments made to MBE/WBE Division subcontractors under this Contract on a monthly basis. Monthly reports shall be made using the online audit tool, commonly referred to as “Pay Audit.” MBE/WBE Division subcontractor payments shall also be reported to the Division as reasonably requested and in a format to be determined by Division.

  • Concessions Notwithstanding the foregoing, Underwritten Net Cash Flow shall not include (a) any Insurance Proceeds (other than business interruption and/or rental loss insurance proceeds and only to the extent allocable to the applicable reporting period), (b) any proceeds resulting from the Transfer of all or any portion of any Property, (c) any item of income otherwise included in Underwritten Net Cash Flow but paid directly by any Tenant to a Person other than Borrower as an offset or deduction against Rent payable by such Tenant, provided such item of income is for payment of an item of expense (such as payments for utilities paid directly to a utility company) and such expense is otherwise excluded from the definition of Operating Expenses pursuant to clause “(G)” of the definition thereof, (d) security deposits received from Tenants until forfeited or applied and (e) any lease buy-out or surrender payment from any Tenant (including any payment relating to unamortized tenant improvements and/or leasing commissions). Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the Underwritten Net Cash Flow of any Property that is a Disqualified Property shall be zero for all purposes of this Agreement.