Rugby Pub and Restaurant Venues this weekend: Who is doing what?
Written by Terri Brown on July 2, 2020
Article Published on Thursday July 2, 2020 11:54 AM by Terri Brown
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The Corona crisis is by no means over, but life is trying to get as back to “normal” as possible. With the government allowing pubs and restaurants to reopen this weekend here is what Rugby businesses are doing.
We know how tempting it will be to forget about the past 3 months in a massive blow out sesh but please be responsible. Each venue that has chosen to open has taken considerable social distancing and hygiene measures to keep both customers and staff safe, so please make sure you stick to the government guidelines.
Check each businesses Facebook page for the latest updates on opening hours and booking procedures.
Alexandra Tavern – reopening on 4 July.
Bacco Lounge – reopening on 4 July for food only.
The Bank – currently closed.
Bar 29 – currently closed.
Bar Twenty-Five – currently closed.
The Black Swan – currently closed.
The Bull – currently closed.
The Crafty Banker – currently closed.
Craft Inn – opening on 4 July.
The Crown – currently closed.
The Courthouse – reopening on 8 July.
Distillery Bar – currently closed.
Inside the 22 – open for takeaway coffee only.
The Lawrence Sheriff – opening on 4 July.
London Calling – currently closed.
Merchants Inn – reopening 15 July.
Prince of Wales – opening on 4 July.
Rugby Irish Club – opening on 4 July.
Rugby Tap – opening on 4 July.
Rupert Brooke – opening on 4 July.
The Seven Stars – opening on 22 July.
The Squirrel – currently closed.
Town & County Club – closed until August.
The West Indian Club – currently closed.
The Wheeltapper – closed until September.
The Windmill – opening on 4 July.
William Webb Ellis – opening on 4 July.
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