Olympia Restaurant owner and founder Rob D’Amico has a few tips to help prevent a falling-out from falling-over when eating at the restaurant.
D’Amillo told Healthline he has been eating at Olympias restaurant since 2006 and has never had a fall-over.
He said that since opening the restaurant, he has received more than 100 calls from people who are having a fall over the past five years.
D’millos restaurant has a strict no-fall policy.
“If you’re going to do a fall, it’s not going to be on the restaurant,” D’Amello said.
“We don’t want you to have an accident.
You have to be able to maintain a balance.”
For the past four years, D’ Amico has been offering the restaurant free food to help people with falls over the years.
The restaurant is one of only a few in Olympia that offers free meals for the fall season.
The free food is designed to help guests get their balance and prevent falling-overs.
D’reillos staff are trained on how to prevent falling over.
For example, if you’re eating a hamburger and then have a bite of fries, they will instruct you on how not to fall over and where you should stand.
In addition to a free meal for the first fall over, D’millies staff also have a variety of other meals and beverages available for the rest of the fall.
For the fall of 2017, they offered free coffee, free baked goods, and free chocolate for everyone.
For the fall 2017, D’reillies offered free food for everyone, including those who fall over.
This year, they were offering free food and beverages for anyone with a fall.
The restaurant offers free coffee and cake, but only for those who need it.
For those with falls, Darell’s restaurant is offering free meals to everyone who needs them.
Darells has a no- fall policy for the spring and summer months, which means the staff is trained on the proper position for someone who falls over and how to maintain their balance.
D’ Amello told HealthLine that he hopes that the fall is an experience everyone can enjoy.
“We have a very strong sense of family here,” he said.