All Black Sheep Pizza locations are open for both dine in and curbside pickup. Reservations are currently accepted by phone at each location every day for parties of 4 if unrelated and families of 6. Our three locations offer reservations for social distanced bar seating along with indoor and outdoor seating. The Nicollet location only seats parties of 2 outside due to specific sidewalk regulations by the City of Minneapolis. All locations will be implementing an online reservation system soon. We strongly recommend that all guests wear masks while being seating, moving to and from the restroom along with entering the building to pickup takeout orders. Utilize our curbside pickup when placing an order online and we will bring it right out to you!

Black Sheep Pizza is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all our workers and customers. To ensure we have a safe and healthy workplace, we have developed a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Managers and workers are all responsible for implementing this plan. Our goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our workplaces and communities, and that requires full cooperation among our workers, management and customers. Only through this cooperative effort can we establish and maintain the safety and health of all persons in our workplaces. Management and workers are responsible for implementing and complying with all aspects of this COVID-19 Preparedness Plan. Black Sheep Pizza managers and supervisors have our full support in enforcing the provisions of this policy and we encourage our workers to ask questions, raise safety and health concerns and offer suggestions related to the plan and its implementation. Our workers are our most important assets. We are serious about safety and health and keeping our workers working at Black Sheep Pizza. Worker involvement is essential in developing and implementing a successful COVID-19 Preparedness Plan. We have involved our workers in this process by having one on one discussions with current employees, remaining in contact with laid off employees that will be coming back, maintaining an open door policy both in person and by email, continuous training on new procedures and protocol and open discussion on a regular basis during shifts. Our COVID-19 Preparedness Plan follows State of Minnesota Industry Guidance for our business, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines, federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards related to safety and health precautions required in response to COVID-19 and applicable executive orders.

All Black Sheep Pizza employees are required to wear masks and we strongly urge our guests to comply with current city, state and CDC recommendations:

St. Paul:

Face coverings required in City-controlled facilities and in licensed businesses starting June 1 Executive order 2020-09 requires face masks to be worn indoors in all city-controlled facilities and at all businesses licensed by the City of Saint Paul at all times when social distancing of at least 6 feet is not maintained.  

Minneapolis:

Beginning June 1, limited outdoor dining will be allowed at restaurants and bars. Employees at bars and restaurants are required to wear masks. Customers have an equally important role in reducing the spread of COVID-19, therefore it is imperative that customers that are not eating or drinking, whether indoor or outdoor, are also wearing a mask.

CDC:

  • CDC recommends all people 2 years of age and older﷟ wear a cloth face covering in public settings when around people outside of their household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to
  • COVID-19 can be spread by people who do not have symptoms and do not know that they are infected. That’s why it’s important for everyone to wear cloth face coverings in public settings and practice social distancing (staying at least 6 feet away from other people).
  • While cloth face coverings are strongly encouraged to reduce the spread of COVID-19, CDC recognizes there are specific instances when wearing a cloth face covering may not be feasible. In these instances, adaptations and alternatives should be considered whenever possible (see below for examples).

Any questions or comments can be sent to kristina@blacksheeppizza.com