From lunchtime Friday 19 June Covid-19 restrictions will ease yet again seeing 100 patrons allowed per enclosed indoor or outdoor space. Bar service is back on and there is no longer a requirement to sit and order food. The recent news has meant a few more establishments around town are opening:
Zone 3 Laser Tag is re-opening. Expect new front desk and vests as well as an operating system installed, all the rooms redone and the foyer laid out for Covid safety. Fans are already camped at the door waiting for its return. After 24 years of entertaining local give them a warm welcome and book a round with friends! Zone 3 reopens Friday 19 June.
Capitol Bar & Grill
After months of offering their quality dining options from the comfort of home, Capitol Bar & Grill are finally reopening their doors and welcoming bums in seats. Bookings are essential! Capitol Bar & Grill reopens Friday 19 June.
The Duxton was only available via Canberra Eats through lock down. They were also kept busy with local initiative No Biggie. Sister venue Flat Heads took the reins in food service as their fish & chips + burgers worked well for takeaway. The Duxton is reopening from Saturday 20 June.
Ovolo’s Monster Bar will be reopened just in time for drinks by the fire. For now, the main dining room will remain closed so the team can focus on the bar area.
Come Friday the Brindabella will be back open! Plan a quick hit on the golf course than dine in for a pub classic and tap beer.
Parlour Wine Room
Parlour are taking an extra week to ease back into things. The team have announced a 26 June open date starting with Friday and Saturday, from 12 pm ‘til late. Bookings are recommended [email protected]
Poker machines are still off the cards, yet there is wiggle room to operate TABs and KENO facilities so double check with venues before heading out.