Pub News - 31st December 2020
Prior to the Health Secretary’s Statement on Wednesday 30th December 2020, Plymouth (and Devon) were in Tier 2, meaning alcohol could only be served for on-sale with a “substantial meal”. During the Statement, Plymouth (and Devon and Cornwall) were placed into Tier 3. This means that all pubs must close, but they can provide a collection or delivery service if they wish.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, we have tried to maintain accurate lists of those establishments providing services at the various times and following the restrictions in force at that time. We have also tried to produce our own version of Drake's Drinker, which can be found by clicking on the link to download to your computer, Drake's Drinker - Winter 2020-A4-FULL or Drake's Drinker - Winter 2020-A5-Edited.
Following this announcement today, we believe the following pubs offer takeaway or collection services. Please click on this link:-
Pubs Offering Takeaway or Delivery Services - from 31st December 2020.
Historic lists are also available for the pubs which were able to open following the November 2020 Lockdown 2, which required alcohol to be served with a substantial meal for on-sales. This is available on this link
Pubs Serving Substantial Meals - 2nd to 30th December 2020.
For a list of pubs known to have reopened following the first lockdown from March to July 2020, please follow this link
Pubs Which Reopened Following Lockdown, March - July 2020