FAQ

What safety precautions do you take against COVID19?

 

We take the safety of our customers and staff very seriously.  Our staff wears masks at all times and we rigorously clean all surfaces in the kitchen and cafe with a 70% alcohol sanitizer.  We have air purifiers throughout the store, and we have arranged the cafe to promote social distancing. Our staff complies with Health Department guidelines for COVID-19 re-opening. Face masks are required at all times while in the store and waiting in line. Only a few customers are allowed in the store at once, everyone else must wait outside until more people exit. We offer hand sanitizer at the door and our menu is located outside so customers can decide what to order upon entering.   If you forgot your mask, we offer free masks to customers.

 

How do I order food?

To order food, you must come to the store during our business hours. We do not accept phone orders and you may not order ahead of time, unless it is very large order. Cake orders may be placed by phone or you may order when you come to the store. We do not offer curbside pickup or delivery.

What type of payment do you accept?

We accept credit/debit cards, Apple pay, and if you are using cash, we only accept exact change. 

Does The Lost Lamb offer gluten-free items?

 

We are currently working on providing more gluten-free desserts, but for now we serve macarons that are made with Almond flour and we offer a gluten-free bread that can be used with any of our sandwiches. 

Does The Lost Lamb do catering?

 

Yes!  We prepare catering orders for pick-up from the store.  You can plan from our menu of favorites, or work with Claire in advance on special requests.  

 

Do you have a public bathroom?

 

We do not have a public bathroom, but there are bathrooms in The Stockbridge Public Library across the street or the Town Offices at 50 Main Street.

Do you offer seating?

Due to COVID19, we can only offer outdoor seating on our front patio. 

What does “The Lost Lamb” refer to?

 

Claire grew up on a former sheep farm in Columbia County, New York, named Lost Lamb Farm.