Restaurant chain preparing to reopen five Edinburgh premises as lockdown restrictions ease

A restaurant chain is preparing to welcome back it’s Edinburgh customers as lockdown restrictions cautiously ease.

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 8:09 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th March 2021, 8:11 pm

Whitbread, who run the Beedeater, Brewers Fayre and Table Table brands own five restaurants across the Capital and the Lothians including ones on Willow Brae Road, Newhaven Quay and Builyeon Rd.

Scottish Government regulations indicate that out door dining and limited indoor dining will be permitted from April 26.

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Restaurant company set to open five of its premises as lockdown restrictions ease.

The UK wide company will be reopening 38 of their restaurants and pubs across Scotland, all in line with government guidelines.

Alcohol will not be served indoors and only groups of four or less are allowed until 8pm.

A statement from Whitebread confirms: “In preparation for welcoming guests back, Whitbread have continued to work hard to ensure a gold standard of safety measures, installed throughout all its restaurants to help give guests reassurance and peace of mind when they visit.

"All sites in Scotland will follow government guidance and restrictions, including reduced opening hours and limits on table sizes."

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