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These are the pubs which are staying open during Tier 3 in Gedling borough

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Under the Tier 3 guidelines, customers can only visit a pub with members of their own household, and must order a substantial meal if they want alcoholic drinks.

Because of the new regulations, a number of the borough’s boozers have decided to temporarily close their doors.

But other pub owners have decided to embrace the new regulations and keep their doors open during the new lockdown.

Here’s a list of the pubs we know are staying open during Tier 3…

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Gedling Inn, Gedling Village

The Gedling Inn will be remaining open as it serves substantial meals.

A 2-for-1 offer on all main meals. The pub is also running its own version of the eat out to help out scheme, with 25% off on top of the 2-1 deal on Monday to Saturdays.

You can book a table now via the website: https://gedlinginn.co.uk/

The Eagle’s Corner, Arnold

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The Eagle’s Corner will be serving substantial food with regulations in place.

Alcohol will only be served once food is ordered and it must be a main meal – starters, sides and desserts don’t count as a meal.

Each person at the table must have a meal in order for them to be served alcohol.

The pub is offering two-hour time slots to order, drink and eat.

Once you have finished eating your meal, alcohol will no longer be served.

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Lord Nelson, Burton Joyce

The Lord Nelson will be remaining open to serve substantial meals and will continue to operate in a Covid safe manner.

No household mixing indoors or outdoors and group sizes remain limited to six people.

A pub spokesman said: “It’s a hugely challenging time for the hospitality industry as well as many other small businesses and we feel extremely lucky that we have a wonderful community who have been supporting us during these challenging times.”

Plainsman, Mapperley

If you fancy an alcoholic beverage at The Plainsman, then you must order a substantial meal with your first drink.

There’s also no mixing of households inside or outside of the pub.

A maximum of six people are permitted per table from the same household or support bubble.

There is also a time limit to your table.

The ‘pub safe host’ will explain everything upon arrival.

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PICTURED: The Gedling Inn is one of the pubs remaining open during Tier 3

Willowbrook, Gedling village

The pub is staying open and offering 50% off all food between Wednesday to Sunday.

If you want to order an alcoholic drink you must purchase a substantial meal (this cannot be just a side).

Once you have finished your meal you can not order any more alcoholic drinks.

No mixed households inside or outside the pub.

Masks must be worn when entering and walking about (not at the table)

The pub will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Last orders for food is 8.30pm Wednesday =- Saturday and 6pm on Sundays.

Walk-ins welcome or to book please call 0115 9878596 or message the pub on Facebook

Punchbowl, Mapperley

The pub is offering substantial meals. Feel free to book a table online or give them a call
https://www.emberinns.co.uk/nationalsearch/eastandwestmidlands/the-punch-bowl-nottingham

The Ram inn, Arnold

The Ram Inn will remain open for substantial meals between 12pm – 9pm.

A main meal purchase is compulsory – with a fantastic menu in place.

A two-hour time allocation/table restrictions is in place .

One household per table.

Book your table by calling 01159267461 or online.

Bread and Bitter, Mapperley

If you want to order an alcoholic drink then you have to buy a “substantial meal.”

Their new opening times are Monday to Wednesday, 12pm-3pm (last orders 2.45pm) Thursday to Sunday, midday until 7pm (last orders 6.30pm).

The Ferry Boat, Stoke Bardolph

The new rules means staff can only welcome you into the pub if you are dining with us and alcohol can only be served if you are ordering a main course.

Existing guidelines, the 10pm curfew closing time and local restrictions will apply.

Arrow Pub, Arnold

As a pub that can serve substantial meals, The Arrow is staying open, but with the following changes.

A two-hour maximum time limit will be in place which give you enough time to order, eat & drink.

Please only come to the pub with members of your own household or within your support bubble.

Please use our Greene King app to book a table,

Treetops, Mapperley

Treetops will remain openbut for dining only!

The new rules means they can welcome you into the pub if you are dining and alcohol can only be served if you are ordering a main course. Existing guidelines, the 10pm curfew closing time and local restrictions will apply.

Gleaners Inn, Calverton

The Gleaners Inn will remain open for food, with bookings only.

Saturday 10am start with all day breakfasts, mains begin at 12pm along with breakfasts, Saturday evening – three-course steak menu with limited spaces available and pre-orders required.

Sunday lunch 12 till-5pm

Monday to Friday 12pm -3pm and 5pm-8pm, lots of homemade specials starting at £5

Phone 07705260584 for more details.

Wetherspoons pubs in Gedling borough

All remain open, operating within the latest government guidelines, opening from 8am daily for breakfast, tea, coffee and soft drinks.

From 11.30am, when the full food menu is available, they can serve beers, wines, spirits and other alcoholic drinks, but only to accompany meals.

They ask that customers help to keep themselves, others and our team safe by following these COVID-19 rules.

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