The Solotel Group has said that it will reopen 14 of its venues from Monday, 1 June now that they can accept up to 50 patrons.
The move follows the NSW Government’s announcement that pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes can reopen for up to 50 people as long as strict capacity and social distancing rules are followed.
Justine Baker, Solotel Group CEO was delighted to say that some venues will reopen.
“We’re thrilled to be reopening some of our venues and welcoming back our staff following the successful launch of our take away offerings at Public House Petersham, North Bondi Fish and ” Baker said.
“It’s been a challenging couple of months for everyone and I’m so happy that we can open our doors to the communities we love. At the same time, we acknowledge this is a small step in our rebuild which we believe will take some time and are looking forward to being able to reopen more of our venues when further restrictions ease.”
The venues which will open from Monday are:
- The Marlborough Hotel (Newtown)
- The Regent Hotel (Kingsford)
- The Sackville Hotel (Rozelle)
- The Clock Hotel (Surry Hills)
- The Bank Hotel (Newtown)
- The Cafe at the Art Gallery of NSW (The Domain, Sydney)
- The Golden Sheaf Hotel (Double Bay)
- The Albion Hotel (Parramatta)
- The Bridgeview Hotel (Willoughby)
- Public House Petersham (Petersham)
- The Courthouse Hotel (Newtown)
- The Erko (Erskineville)
- North Bondi Fish (North Bondi)
- Chiswick Restaurant (Woollahra)
Matt Moran, co-owner of North Bondi Fish and Chiswick Restaurant said: “I’m so glad we’re able to open our doors to our guests.
“It’s been great to have launched takeaway at Chiswick and North Bondi Fish and now to be able to serve 50 guests at each venue is fantastic.”
Solotel Group confirmed that all venues will follow all state government requirements in practicing COVID-19 safety procedures and asked that social distancing is respected at all times in the instance there is a queue or groups of people.