Food-serving pubs that are planning to reopen on June 29 will reportedly be required to serve "substantial" meals and give customers limited time slots on their premises.
Two Courses And Table Service
According to The Irish Times, sources involved in the drafting of guidelines for the reopening of the hospitality industry that are due to be published on June 9 have said that pubs that intend to reopen as restaurants on June 29 will be asked to provide two course meals and table service.
Additionally, hotels will reportedly be asked to place key cards on guests' phones, ban buffets and provide breakfast in rooms, and further advice may be required in relation to hotel spas.
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