Restaurant Month Covid-19 Update
14 SEPTEMBER 2020 UPDATE IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 ALERT LEVELS
Restaurant Month 2020 has been extended to September. See here for the line-up.
RESTAURANT MONTH 2020 CHEF’S TABLE EVENTS.
1. Chef’s Table Events will proceed in September.
Auckland is currently at Covid-19 “Alert Level 2.5” (Level 2 with additional restrictions). At this time, event venues (including restaurants) are able to open for up to 100 people within a defined space. Our Chef’s Table events have smaller capacities and are able to go ahead with observance of the current government guidelines for Eating Out occasions. These are:
Seated – all customers will be seated with no more than 10 customers together at a table.
Separated — customers will be kept at least 1 metre apart from other groups.
Single server — each group will have only 1 server, where practical.
Operating at this level is a team effort so we thank everyone for your patience and understanding as the restaurant teams work to deliver you a fantastic experience under these guidelines.
2. Please consider the health and wellbeing of others before attending an event.
Remember that if you:
or any of your party are feeling unwell or have any cold or 'flu-like’ symptoms
are self-isolating or awaiting test results for COVID-19
have a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19
have been in contact with anyone who fits the descriptions above
Please contact iTIcket on +64 9 361 1000 or email email@example.com. On the day of the event you can call 09 3779 224.
3. A reminder to make the event safe and enjoyable for everyone, please observe the following:
Keep physical distance from people you don't know.
Face coverings are required on public transport at this time and recommended by the government in public places, but not mandatory within restaurants.
Follow the restaurant's safety measures.
Wash your hands when you get home.
This statement has been prepared by Lemongrass Productions 093779224 | firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope that you enjoy your Restaurant Month event.
See PDF here
See NZ Government Covid-19 advice here: covid19.govt.nz