We are delighted to have reopened The Harbour Bar and we look forward to welcoming you all back for an enjoyable, comfortable and most importantly safe experience. Majority of our service will remain outdoors with a limited number of indoor tables available.
In order to assure the comfort, health, and peace of mind of all our customers, we have implemented the following detailed safety measures:
Walk-ins: From Monday 26th July we will no longer take online bookings. All tables will be allocated on a walk-in basis. No need to book, just stroll on up to the phone box at the entrance and our staff will get you seated as soon as possible. There will always be a host at the front door to manage this process.
Indoor service: While majority of our service will remain outdoors, we will have a limited number of indoor tables available. As per government guidelines for indoor dining, all adults must show their photo ID along with proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. Kids don’t need proof of vaccination when accompanied by parent/guardian. Please be patient and co-operate with our staff as they get you settled in.
PPE: All of our team members (apart from chefs per advice from the HSE) will be wearing personal protective equipment and have undergone training in how to put on and remove PPE safely.
Protective Screens: We have installed protective screens in key customer engagement areas to protect customers and staff.
Hand Sanitiser and Antibacterial Soap: Facilities to wash your hands with antibacterial soap or disinfect your hands with hand sanitiser are available in key stations and outside restrooms. Antibacterial gels will also be available on all tables.
Increased Frequency of Cleaning: Door handles, table tops, handrails etc. are cleaned several times a day to ensure your safety.
Social Distancing: We have re-structured our table layouts which are now following the 1 metre distancing guidelines.
Queuing: Any area where customers or employees queue will be clearly marked for appropriate recommended physical distancing.
Restrooms: Clear signage will indicate the location of and route to the bathrooms. A strict queuing system and limitations on number of users must will be enforced to ensure physical distancing.
Contact Tracing: Businesses do not have to keep records of every person in a party, they will be required to have the name and contact details of one person in each party.That person should be advised to keep a record of who is in their party in case it is required for contact tracing in the future. Details must be securely retained for one month.
Digital Payments: We are encouraging cashless / contactless payments.
Menus: We are using reusable menus that are sanitised in between each use.