Hospitality settings, such as bars (including shisha bars), pubs, cafes, restaurants, and social clubs must close except for takeaway, delivery and click and collect services. This includes restaurants and bars within hotels or member’s clubs. Exemptions apply for the following settings:
Cafes and canteens at:
- hospitals, care homes, or supported housing as part of extra care schemes
schools and providers of post-16 education and training, such as further education colleges
- higher education accommodation, and at higher education providers (where there is no practical alternative for staff and students to obtain food and where alcohol is not served for consumption on the premises)
criminal justice accommodation or immigration detention centres
naval/military/airforce or MoD facilities
- workplace canteens (where there is no practical alternative and where alcohol is not served for consumption on the premises)
- Services providing food or drink to those experiencing homelessness can also remain open.
Businesses and venues selling alcohol for consumption off the premises can continue to do so as long as this is through takeaway, delivery service, click-and-collect or drive-through
Food or alcohol purchased from a hospitality premises via takeaway or click-and-collect may not be consumed on any part of that premises, including beer gardens, as well as adjacent seating to the premises (with exceptions for motorway service areas, airports, seaports, the international terminal at Folkestone and public transport services although these places cannot sell alcohol after 11pm).
Businesses must not provide shared smoking equipment for use on the premises.