During these unprecedented times, all bars in Florida were forced to close until coronavirus numbers flatten so the independent craft brewery and tasting room located in the historic Ivanhoe District, Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. recently obtained their food license in order to still serve alcohol.
They have partnered with Orlando-based Flippers Pizzeria to carry their all-natural, pre-sauced pizzas that they bake fresh in house to allow their patrons the opportunity to come back, enjoy a great beer and some pizza.
Wednesday, 7/22 was their first day of serving pizzas and they have received great feedback from the community who were excited to go back and patronize them.
To ensure everyone’s safety as they move forward, they are maintaining all restrictions such as operating at 50% capacity, tables and chairs spread out to follow social distancing protocols, and they will always have a food truck outside where you must purchase food to be able to sit and enjoy a maximum of 2 beers.
All beers will be served in plastic disposable cups and face masks are required on site and can only be removed while seated at your table while you are eating or drinking.
All other protocols are still in place, maintaining 6 foot distance, no more than 10 people per party, washing hands often, and having hand sanitizer available at every table.
Yoga with Emily Chung is held outdoors every Saturday at 10:30am. Spots are limited to maintain social distancing so reservations must be made in advance. $10 includes the yoga class and beer or champagne after the class.
Your support is crucial during these times in order to help our local businesses survive. If you are able to, visit Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. for some yoga, pizza, beer and cool merch!
Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company
1300 Alden Rd, Orlando, FL 32803