We recognize that your restaurant is an integral part of the history and fabric of your community. As you make plans to welcome customers back to your dining room, we want to help you spread the word. The ServSafe Commitment provides customers with the assurance that your restaurant is carefully following the recommended reopening guidance and is ready for business.
As you re-open, we invite you to take the ServSafe Dining Commitment
along with our Dining Partners.
The ServSafe Dining Commitment
The ServSafe Dining Commitment is a part of a multi-faceted multi-million dollar program designed to showcase the restaurants who have demonstrated their ongoing commitment to the health and safety of their employees and guests by signing the ServSafe Dining Commitment.
The program will be supported by a national advertising campaign inviting diners back into your restaurants and to your tables. The campaign will take place across broadcast, print, and digital platforms and will feature the ServSafe Dining Commitment logo and urging diners to learn more about the steps restaurants are taking to keep them safe. When diners observe the Commitment logo decal on a restaurant window, returning diners know your restaurant is following the Association’s reopening guidance, local guidelines, and have ServSafe certified employees.
Adhere to the National Restaurant Association Reopening Guidelines and/or your corporate brand guidelines. Corporate brand guidelines should be based on the FDA and CDC’s COVID-19 best practices for restaurants focusing on:
The information you share will be used to help diners discover your restaurant using our location finder map at ServSafeDining.org
(Name you would like to appear in the search tool on ServSafeDining.org)
The ServSafe Commitment is a voluntary program whose recommendations are intended to complement existing federal, state, and local guidance or regulations concerning cleaning and sanitation, personal hygiene, social distancing, and health monitoring. It is meant to be used in conjunction with the FDA Food Code requirements, and all guidance that the CDC, FDA, and state and local health officials may require as the states or local jurisdictions begin to reopen their economies. The ServSafe Commitment does not constitute medical or legal advice and makes no claims that following this guidance will prevent the transmission of COVID-19 or any other infectious disease.