As of September 8, all nightclubs and stand-alone banquet halls have been ordered to close by the Provincial Health Officer until further notice. 

What to expect at restaurants, cafes, pubs and breweries:

As of September 8,

  • Liquor sales in all bars, lounges, pubs and restaurants must stop at 10:00 pm and they must close by 11:00 pm
  • If a bar, lounge, pub or restaurant provides a full meal service, they may stay open later, but must not serve liquor until 11:00 am the next morning
  • Music or other background sounds, such as from televisions in bars, lounges, pubs and restaurants must be no louder than the volume of normal conversation

Additional guidelines:

  • Guests can dine in groups, up to six people
  • Guests must maintain a 2 m distance from other tables and other groups, including bar and patio seating
  • In licensed settings, guests must be assigned to a table, booth or counter and shown to their seats
  • There is no liquor self-service allowed
  • Capacity may be limited to accommodate physical distancing
  • If a restaurant, cafe or pub holds an event, no more than 50 people can attend
  • If live music is performed, barriers must in place between performers and guests
  • Guests should not sing or dance, dance floors are closed