Knott’s Berry Farm has announced that they are reopening more shops and restaurants in their California Marketplace. Not all of the shops are open and hours are subject to change. Previously only the Berry Market, Chicken to Go, and Farm Bakery was open for picking up food and items in the shop. The following are the shops and restaurants opening as of today, June 8:
- Peanuts Headquarters
- Candy Parlour
- Marketplace Emporium
- Virginia’s Gift Shop
- Berry Market
- Knott’s Berry Farm Bakery
- Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant
- Curbside Food
Each location has certain hours of operation. Precautions are taking place with employees to provide a safe environment for guests. Safety on the part of guests include requiring face masks while in the locations, though are not required while eating. It is encouraged to use credit or debit card for purchases, though cash trays will be provided. Stores will have 50% capacity.
More restaurants, like TGI Friday’s will open later this month. Build-A-Bear will reopen later this month as well.
For more information including hours of operation, check the official Knott’s Berry Farm page here. The official press release is below.
Starting Monday, June 8 additional locations of Knott’s Berry Farm’s California Marketplace will re-open to the public. On June 8, the following locations will reopen Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant, Starbucks, Cable Car Kitchen, Peanuts Headquarters, Candy Parlour, Marketplace Emporium, and Virginia’s Gift Shop, in addition to the already open Chicken-To-Go, The Knott’s Berry Market and Bakery. Later this month, Cable Car Kitchen and TGI Fridays will re-open to the public on June 12; and Build-a-Bear on June 20. As we continue to follow state and CDC health guidelines these are the new safety measures and operational changes the Knott’s California Marketplace is establishing to ensure the safety of our guests. As a reminder, we ask that guests please follow the implemented health and safety guidelines when visiting.
- All associates and guests must wear a facial covering while in the Knott’s California Marketplace store locations and restaurants – masks are not required when eating
- Signage is present to aid guests in proper direction of travel and as a reminder to practice social distancing
- Guests are encouraged to purchase using credit or debit transactions. If a cash transaction is necessary and cash tray will be used to avoid the possibility of hand to hand contact
- Store occupancy is limited to less than 50% of the normal building capacity. Cue lines outside of store locations with six-foot markers are present where applicable