After a nearly three-month hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions, Northeast Fort Worth restaurant Stevie’s Diner officially reopened June 19.

The restaurant is adhering to 50% capacity guidelines set by state and county officials, owner Steve Prochaska said.

Tables have been rearranged in the dining room; employees are wearing masks and undergoing health checks; a hand sanitizing station is available for guests; oft-touched surfaces are being cleaned more frequently; and the patio has been reopened for guests who may feel more comfortable outside, he said.

“We’re doing what we can to make sure we’re being as safe as we can for our employees and customers,” Prochaska said.

Stevie’s Diner, located at 5500 N. Tarrant Parkway, Ste. 132, Fort Worth, serves traditional breakfast options, such as eggs, bacon, hash browns and chicken-fried steak.

In addition, guests are being provided disposable menus and are encouraged to follow social distancing guidelines while waiting for a table. Some menu items, such as the weekday lunch special, have been temporarily affected by COVID-19. 817-656-0822.