Tailors in Cheltenham has reopened after an enforced closure of almost six months following the Coronavirus pandemic.
The pub, in Cambray Place, reopened on September 4 with new measures in place to keep customers safe.
New measures include table service throughout the pub, a new cashless system, and two hour bookings maximum.
A notice on the Tailors website reads: “We can’t wait to see you.
“As we’re sure you’ll understand, we’ve made some changes to be Covid-secure.
“We appreciate your help in adhering to our guidelines to ensure the safest and most enjoyable time for all our guests and our team.”
Opening hours for the pub have also changed on their return, with the pub closed on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday Tailors will opened from 12noon until 3pm and 5pm until 10pm. Opening hours will be 12noon until 11pm on Friday and Saturday, and 12noon until 6pm on Sunday.
The pub is also offered 20 per cent off food every Wednesday throughout September.
The reopening of Tailors comes as Bill’s, in Regent Street,announced it would be reopening on Thursday, October 1.