As you already may know, in an effort to help minimize the impact of the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak, the County of Los Angeles has ordered all restaurants to close for dine-in service. We’re complying with this directive and are now offering takeout with a 10% discount off our regular menu prices – see below for what’s available. We’re working on delivery options to be announced soon.
These are difficult times for many of our staff members and their families; we are extremely grateful for the outpouring of support we have received from many of you. You are all like family to us and we look forward to the day when we can raise a Mai Tai and toast to having beat this challenge together as a community. Until then, we hope we can serve you from our more limited delivery and take-out menus where you’ll be able to find some of your Damon’s favorites. From all of us here at Damon’s, we wish you and your family and friends the best during this difficult time.
Be assured that in preparing your meals we will comply with all directions from state, local, and federal authorities. Ensuring your health and safety as well as the safety of our staff remains our top priority.
The Damon’s Family
Damon’s Famous Mai Tai & Chi Chi are now available for takeout!
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control issued a notice of relief from specific regulations and as a result certain restaurants may now offer pre-mixed drinks and cocktails along with food for take-out and delivery. This relief was issued pursuant to the Constitution of the State of California, Article XX, Section 22, and in furtherance of Governor Newsom’s emergency declarations and orders regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to support the restaurant and alcoholic beverage industries in their efforts to assist California in slowing the spread of the virus while also helping the industries in dealing with the economic challenges they face as a result.
California ABC Warning: Alcoholic beverages that are packaged by this establishment are open containers and may not be transported in a motor vehicle except in the vehicle’s trunk; or, if there is no trunk, the container may be kept in some other area of the vehicle that is not normally occupied by the driver or passengers (which does not include a utility compartment or glove compartment (Vehicle Code Section 23225)). Further, such beverages may not be consumed in public or in any other area where open containers are prohibited by law.