Four Liberation Group eateries in Jersey are due to reopen from Tuesday 16th June.
- The Square
- The Old Court House
- The Trinity Arms
- The White Horse
It's after the government gave the green light for restaurants to offer a physically distanced indoor seated food service from Friday 12 June.
Remaining group sites are due to open 'in the near future', while government physical distancing rules are inspected further.
The group will be introducing a range of health and safety measures - which includes:
- Hand sanitiser easily available to all
- Cashless payments
- Single-use recyclable menus
- Cutlery in envelopes and daily cleaning of all unused cutlery
- Condiments served in disposable containers for single-use
- Reduced furniture and increased spacing between tables
- Constant capacity monitoring to prevent overcrowding
- 20-minute cleaning check ensuring all public and kitchen surfaces are regularly cleaned
- Strict social distancing for all team members in kitchens and service areas.
"We’ve been busy planning for this moment since lockdown started in March. We now need to take a bit of time to make sure our teams are fully briefed and trained, new safety measure are in place and that we’re properly restocked.
"It’s important to us that our customers feel safe and welcome and experience an authentic pub environment." - Jonathan Lawson, Liberation Group CEO.
Four Guernsey sites will also reopen from Monday 15th June, which are:
- The Deerhound Inn
- Thomas de la Rue
- Dix Neuf
- The Ship & Crown