The Greyhound, in Beaconsfield Old Town, has launched a new outside dining terrace.
The terrace, which has six tables, is situated in the pub and restaurant garden which is also home to produce being grown for the kitchen, including a wide range of fruits, vegetables and herbs.
The space was officially opened as soon as the COVID-19 lockdown was lifted in July.
As part of the reopening, the team also introduced a number of new measures to ensure social distancing guidelines were being adhered to.
- Investing in enhanced Covid-secure training for all staff
- Installing hand sanitisers at all access points
Introducing shoe sprays for staff entering the kitchen
- Increased distancing between tables, in line with Government guidelines
- Increased frequency of cleaning regimes in the dining room, bar and outside terrace
- No handshaking or taking guests’ coats and jackets
- Taking the name and telephone number of each individual guest, as guidelines have suggested
Daniel Crump, co-proprietor at The Greyhound, said: “We are really pleased to have been able to open our outside dining terrace.
We, like the whole of the hospitality sector, were eagerly awaiting to reopen and were pleased the Government felt it was safe for us to open our doors whilst we still have some of the summer left!
We’re delighted to give our guests the option of dining outside and have been really thrilled with the feedback we’ve had to date.”
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