Can I drink in a pub in Scotland?
Scotland’s national clinical director has confirmed that drinking at the bar will be allowed in pubs from next week. Prof Jason Leitch also indicated that people dancing at nightclubs would not be required to wear face coverings.
Are pubs open indoors in Scotland?
Under current rules: Pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants can open indoors and outdoors. Six customers per table from six households (children under 13 not counted)
Can I drink inside a pub?
Can you sit inside a pub again? Yes, indoor hospitality will resume – so you can sit inside a pub or restaurant with people from other households, as long as the rule of six (or two households) is met.
Can you drink alcohol in restaurants in Scotland?
Hospitality venues can open until 10.30pm indoors (alcohol permitted with two hour slots) and outdoors (local licensing laws apply. All organised sport and exercise activity permitted except adult indoor contact sports.
When can you drink inside a pub in Scotland?
Mainland Scotland, with the exception of Moray
Lockdown restrictions in Level 2 allow people to enjoy alcohol inside a pub or restaurant up until 10:30pm. Drinkers will have to pre-book and are only allowed to stay at the table for a maximum of two hours.
When can I drink indoors Scotland?
When can pubs serve alcohol indoors? Pubs in Scotland opened on 26 April, both indoors and outdoors. However, alcohol cannot currently be served indoors and indoor spaces must shut at 8pm. Alcohol can be served indoors again from 17 May, after Scotland moves down to level two.
What is Highlands Covid level?
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Highland
We continue to follow national guidance regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are working closely with Public Health and other partners in the Highlands and Islands Local Resilience Partnership. Highland has now exited Level 0 in line with the rest of Scotland.
Can you play pool in pubs Scotland?
Customers returning to the pub this week will be allowed to play indoor games such as pool and darts, as per Government Covid-19 guidance for businesses. Pubs can serve groups of up to six people or larger groups of up to two households indoors, as of Monday 17 May. …
Are pubs open in UK?
Pubs, restaurants and cafes have been allowed to reopen under the second stage of England’s lockdown roadmap. … Pubs, restaurants and cafes have been allowed to reopen under the second stage of England’s lockdown roadmap. However, currently only outdoor seating is allowed.
Do you have to book pubs?
No, it is not mandatory to book a table. However, some pubs are running a bookings-only policy, so you should check with your chosen venue before going.