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O’Connells Pub, Galway City are celebrating after winning Best Outdoor Pub Space Award having been judged champion from a field of 61 regional winners at a Gala Awards Ceremony in the Round Room at The Mansion House, Dublin.
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) has welcomed the publication of new Failte Ireland reopening guidelines that bring clarity to a number of issues, including the numbers permitted to attend outdoor events and parties.
Consumers are being urged to #BeSound when visiting hospitality venues in the coming weeks, as pubs begin to welcome greater numbers of customers back.
Recent RSA data has shown the persistent prevalence of drink driving with alcohol remaining the most prevalent intoxicant detected in drivers, according to Drinkaware.
Publicans are calling for indoor trading to resume no later than Thursday, July 1.
The announcement that pubs can reopen for outdoor trading from June 7 is an important and welcome first step, but government must now ensure indoor trading can resume as soon as possible, according to the Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI).
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) says the continued absence of a coherent roadmap to guide the pub sector towards reopening is causing huge distress to publicans, their families and staff.
Pubs, restaurants and cafes must be allowed the opportunity to open together when lockdown restrictions are lifted, as the Government’s own data proves private dwellings, not hospitality outlets, are the primary source of Covid-19 outbreaks.
The Government’s confirmation that Ireland’s ‘wet pubs’ can open on September 21 is a welcome announcement but restrictions on punters sitting at pub counters need to be relaxed, that is the assessment of the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) Galway county chairman, Joe Sheridan.