McDonald’s Tamuning re-opened for dine-in service today, Thursday June 11.
Due to local mandates, the restaurant has reduced its dine-in capacity by 50% of its original occupancy.
“It’s great to serve the people of Guam again. We’re looking forward to seeing all of our customers, especially our regular customers, enjoying their favorite meals with us at McDonald’s” says General Manager Vilmore Santiago.
With its dine-in reopening, McDonald’s Tamuning has rearranged its seating to promote social distancing, offers “contactless” service and has made the commitment to ensure all tables are cleaned and sanitized after each use, in addition to frequent cleaning of high touch-point surfaces.
The restaurant also prioritizes the safety of its employees through daily temperature screening before every shift, frequent hand washing and the use of gloves and masks at all times.
“We’re happy to continue to serve our customers safely at McDonald’s. With dine-in reopening, we’ve taken additional steps to heighten our cleaning and sanitation procedures within our restaurant. We have complied with local mandates to ensure the health, well being and safety of our customers and our people,” says Marcia Ayuyu, Owner/Operator for McDonald’s of Guam.
The restaurant dine-in service will be available daily from 6AM to 10PM at the McDonald’s Tamuning location only.
The rest of the McDonald’s of Guam restaurants will be set to open their dine-in later this month.
The restaurant reminds its customers that the use of face mask is required upon entering the restaurant, while ordering food and while exiting the restaurant.
Drive-Thru service remains open daily at McDonald’s Tamuning from 6AM to 12-midnight. Download the McDonald’s “Mobile Order and Pay” App to skip the line, pre-order and pick up your favorite meals curbside, at the front counter or drive-thru. Mobile Order & Pay is available from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM daily.
About McDonald’s of Guam & Saipan McDonald’s of Guam & Saipan, locally owned and operated by Franchisee’s Joe & Marcia Ayuyu, is the leading food service restaurant chain in the Mariana Islands. First opened in 1993, the organization includes 8 McDonald’s restaurants, 2 on Saipan and 6 on Guam. In 2016, the Ayuyu’s acquired all McDonald’s restaurants on Guam and has remained one of the largest employers.