PACIFIC PALISADES—The Draycott, a California-inspired family-friendly Brasserie, has created a GoFundMe for their employees “who have been laid off a fourth time due to the recent Outdoor Dining Ban that was enforced –– without merit –– in November.” The purpose is to “help carry [their] employees throughout this holiday season, most of which are no longer eligible for Unemployment Benefits.”
Their goal is $20,000. Other ways to help include: 1. Continue to order as much takeout and delivery as you can: www.exploretock.com/thedraycott 2. Purchase gift certificates for your loved ones this holiday season. Available on www.thedraycott.com 3. Donate to their Go Fund Me project to support their laid off staff members.
They have said, “As much as we are trying to keep a positive outlook for our family of restaurants and our resilient team members, this hasn’t been the happiest of holidays for our industry. We need your help, especially for our staff.”
The Draycott is located at 15255 Palisades Village Lane in Pacific Palisade. It was created by Matt and Marissa Hermer.
The name pays honor to London’s Draycott Avenue, where Matt and Marissa first me. The restaurant includes classic dishes utilizing locally sourced ingredients.