DRINKS BOOKINGS ARE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE DUE TO TIER 3 RESTRICTIONS
For full drinks table booking terms see below:
DRINKS BOOKING TERMS
Tables can only be booked for a maximum of two households. We will take group bookings of up to 6 people maximum from no more than ONE HOUSEHOLD.
Due to the risks associated with handling cash we can only take card transactions, contactless or mobile payments at this time.
Due to decreased capacity we require all weekend drinks bookings to secure reservations with a prepayment, which will be taken off your total bill. This prepayment amount is £100 and can be paid at dukes92.com/prepayments
We only reserve tables for inside. We do not book tables outside on the forecourt.
Please do not enter the site if you or your guests are feeling ill
Please do not arrive early for your tables as there will be no waiting area.
We cannot accept customers bringing in their own birthday cakes at this time. You may purchase a birthday cake suitable for between 10 and 20 people by pre-ordering one with our reservations teams.
If there is a queue for tables when you arrive for your reservation, please head to the front of the queue.
Please note that it will not always be possible to leave 1m+ between different households dining on the same table.
Please note that promotions are temporarily unavailable.
Dukes 92 has parking available on site, but please note that you cannot park before 11:30am Monday to Friday. Cars can be left overnight in our car park but must be removed before 10am the next day.
Reservations are available for our inside bookable tables. We also have a large number of tables both inside and outside, for people without bookings. These will be available for food and drinks on a first come, first served basis on the day.
We are putting the following measures in place to ensure the safety of our staff and customers
Introduction of an app to allow customers to order from their table.
Decreasing the capacity of the venue
Increasing space between tables
Managed external queuing system
Decreased number of customers entering site at one time
Increase in hand washing, sanitation and surface cleaning
Hand sanitising stations throughout the venue
Altered toilet facilities to aid social distancing
Screens in areas where social distancing is difficult
Floor signs, tape and other printed material to inform guests of the safety rules
For the safety of our customers and employees, all staff will be wearing a full face transparent visor
Staff training and consultation with employees to ensure they feel safe and informed about their return to work