Keeping the SteelCraft Community Safe

LATEST UPDATE (October 18, 2020 @ 7:40pm)—We are so excited to announce that all SteelCraft locations are now open for dine-in! We have really missed you! We want to say a huge thank you for supporting our vendors through these difficult times. We hope you continue to choose us to be the place to come and make amazing memories with family and friends over great craft food and drink.

We know things are going to look different for a while and we thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding. We are working our hardest to ensure SteelCraft and our vendors are providing the best possible and safest dine-in experience for you.

Here are the steps we are taking:

Cleanliness and sanitation: Our facilities have undergone thorough deep cleanings and sanitations continue daily. Cleaning assignments and schedules have been created for all staff and areas of operation. All high touch surfaces are disinfected regularly, and tables and chairs are sanitized between every seating. All products used are rated for restaurants and effectively disinfect for COVID-19. Frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer is required for all staff. We also have hand sanitizer stations placed at each entrance for guests.

Physical distancing: Our dining areas have been rearranged to allow for 6-foot distancing between tables along with sufficient spacing in passages for traffic between guests and staff. Guests must maintain 6′ social distancing with people outside of their household. A maximum of 6 people may be seated together.

Face mask policy: Face coverings/masks are required on-site for all SteelCraft and vendor employees and are also required for customers when not eating or drinking.

Staff: All onsite SteelCraft and vendor employees undergo daily wellness and temperature checks upon arrival. Any staff member displaying signs of illness will be immediately sent home.

Games: For the time being to maximize sanitation efforts, we will not be putting out any shared games (i.e. yard games, arcade, foosball).

The latest roundup of vendor hours is listed below by location. Please follow our vendors on social media for updates.

SteelCraft Long Beach: open for dine-in and take-out/delivery available

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Steelhead Coffee 6am-4pm
Waffle Love 8am-8pm 8am-9pm 11am-5pm
Rainbow Juices Closed 10am-3pm Closed
Desano Pizza 11am-9pm 11am-10pm 11am-9pm
Champion’s Curry 11:30am-8pm
Hangry Belly 11am-9pm 11am-10pm 11am-9pm
Smog City Brewing 12pm-9pm 11am-9pm 11am-10pm 11am-9pm
Rori’s Artisanal Creamery 1pm-8pm 12pm-9pm 12pm-8pm

SteelCraft Bellflower: open for dine-in and take-out/delivery available

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Solid Coffee Roasters 8am-4:30pm
Softie Haus Closed 3:30pm-9pm 12pm-9pm 12pm-10pm 12pm-9pm
The Standing Room 12pm-8pm Closed 12pm-8pm 12pm-10pm 12pm-8pm
Ten Mile Brewing 12pm-8pm 12pm-10pm 11:30am-8pm
Off Duty Wine Bar 12pm-8pm 12pm-10pm 11:30am-8pm
Prime by Shenandoah 11am-8pm 11am-10pm 11am-8pm
Fritzi Coop Closed 12pm-8pm 12pm-9pm 12pm-8pm

SteelCraft Garden Grove: open for dine-in and take-out/delivery available

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
The Penalty Box Closed 12pm-8pm 12pm-9pm 12pm-8pm
Renegade Taco Closed 12pm-7:30pm 12pm-8:30pm 12pm-7:30pm
Dark Horse Coffee Roasters Closed 7:30am-6pm
Cauldron Ice Cream Closed 12pm-8pm 12pm-9pm 12pm-8pm
Beachwood Brewing Closed 11:30am-9pm 11:30am-10pm 11:30am-9pm
Chick ‘N Shack Closed 11:30am-8pm
Barrio Closed 11am-8pm 11am-9pm 11am-8pm
Merenda Closed 4pm-9pm 4pm-10pm 4pm-9pm

UPDATE (March 30, 2020 @ 2:30pm)—Temporary hours are in effect for SteelCraft Long Beach and SteelCraft Bellflower, and are subject to change.  Please follow our vendors on social media for updates.

SteelCraft Garden Grove: closed until further notice.

Beginning 3/24, the SteelCraft Garden Grove family is closing our doors until further notice. Over the past two weeks, each of our vendors have made the difficult decision to temporarily close their businesses in light of COVID-19. These decisions are heart-wrenching after only opening six months ago this week, but the safety of our employees, families, and guests are paramount. Rest assured, we are committed to coming back from this stronger and look forward to the day we can continue to serve the Garden Grove and Orange County community.

*Please note, this update applies to SteelCraft Garden Grove. As of 3/24, SteelCraft Long Beach and SteelCraft Bellflower are open for take-out + delivery.


UPDATE (March 16, 2020 @ 5:45pm)—Effective midnight tonight, City of Long Beach to close all restaurants for dine-in; only take-out/delivery will be available until further notice. Beginning tomorrow morning, the SteelCraft Long Beach dining area will remain closed while we support our vendor partners who choose to offer take-out/delivery.


UPDATE (March 16, 2020 @ 10am)—In light of what’s happening over the world, we are inspired more than ever by the dedication of our vendor partners who are committed to feeding our guests and communities. As of today, Monday, March 16th, 2020 we will continue to stay OPEN as a CLEAN and SAFE space for people to go with nourishing food and drink, fresh air, and free Wi-Fi.

Things are changing rapidly, and we are continuing to monitor state, county and local authorities. Here are the measures we are currently taking:

  • We are limiting occupancy to 50% and encouraging guests to use social distancing.
  • We are encouraging takeout/delivery from our many vendor partners who can be found on Uber Eats, Postmates, Grubhub and Doordash. They need your support now, more than ever.
  • Continue to provide proactive cleaning and sanitation measures with our staff and guests.
  • We have made the difficult decision to cancel all entertainment and programming through March 22nd, potentially longer, as we assess the developing situation week-by-week.
  • We are reducing our site hours to close 9pm weekdays and 10pm Saturday/Sunday so our communities still have somewhere to go for breakfast, lunch, and dinner but we balance the inevitable economic impact COVID-19 is already having on our small businesses.

UPDATE LONG BEACH/BELLFLOWER/GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (March 12, 2020)

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We are all part of SteelCraft because we believe in supporting our communities and small businesses. It is our responsibility to come together as one and protect each other from the impacts of COVID-19 on our communities.

We pride ourselves on the cleanliness, openness, and safety of our spaces. We want to remind everyone to take extra precautions but to not live in fear of our neighbors. SteelCraft is a place for all and we ask our employees and guests to all work with us to keep each other safe.

Prevention is a community effort.

Here’s what we are doing to stay proactive and safe:

  • We are promoting regular handwashing and good hygiene at all locations, and ensuring our vendors are mirroring these efforts and supporting their staff’s preventative efforts.
  • All SteelCraft locations have cleaning staff on site during all hours of operations, and we are taking additional measures including disinfecting high-use surfaces and limiting personal contact.
  • We are closely monitoring the CDC, World Health Organization, and state and local authorities in our communities to ensure we are doing everything we can to protect our employees and guests.

We are implementing to the fullest extent the CDC and White House Coronavirus Task Force recommendations for commercial establishments, and working with our vendor partners to ensure we all are doing everything we can do to keep our communities safe.

We will get through this together. In the meantime, between lots of handwashing and a collective sense of anxiety—let us all take a moment to disconnect from the news during a meal, enjoy some time with friends and family, and get some fresh air in beautiful Southern California we call home. Now, more than ever, we all could use the time to unplug and restore our sense of well-being.