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It's Patio Season as Kingston Enters Phase 2 of Reopening


☀️ PATIO SEASON ☀️

Exciting news as Kingston, Ontario has been given the green light for phase 2 of reopening and that means, patios are opening up throughout the city starting on Friday, June 12th. With the most restaurants per capita, I'm sure Kingstonians are itching to get outside to enjoy a meal with friends and grab a cold bevy on a local patio. But, within the limits of physical distancing aka at least 2 metres or 6 feet away!
Remember that patio season will look a little different as we welcome our new normal. 
Patio Season Kingston Ontario Phase 2

Here is a list of some of the places where outdoor dining and drinks will be available starting Friday, June 12th:

Olivea
Namaste Kingston
Riva (Gananoque)
Northside Espresso + Kitchen
Amadeus Cafe
Woodenheads
Chez Piggy
Casa Domenico
Tango Nuevo
Atomica
Dianne's Kingston
Harpers Burger Bar
Black Dog Tavern (Chien Noir)
Kingston Brewing Company
Pan Chancho Bakery & Café
Redhouse Downtown Kingston
Redhouse Westend
Union Kitchen + Cocktails
The Public House Kingston
Delightfully Different Tearoom
The Mansion
CRAVE Coffee House & Bakery
Mesa Fresca Kingston 
MacKinnon Brewing
Boston Pizza Gardiners Road
The Queen’s Inn Hotel
Merchant Tap House
The Grizzly Grill
Go Italian Restaurant
The Toucan
Score Pizza
Rose and Crown
The Loyal Oarsman
Tommy's Kingston
Smoke 'N' Barrel Kingston
The Duchess Pub
Jack Astors Kingston
Tir Nan Og
Daft Brewing
Juniper Cafe
Wolfe Island Grill
Montana's
Kelseys
Musiikki Café
The Waterfront River Pub and Terrace (Napanee)
...and more to follow.

Check back as I'll be updating daily!

Patio Season in Kingston, Ontario during Stage 2

So if you’re planning on going out to a restaurant that has outdoor seating and serving food, definitely read the following to make your experience much more enjoyable:

Call ahead and reserve a spot.

Keep your distance.

Order everything you need at once.

Be kind to the staff.

Respect all the new procedures.

Be patient, be kind, and tip.

 Don't overstay your welcome.

Avoid sharing utensils, condiments, or drinks.

Avoid touching your face.

Stay home if you're sick.

Avoid public restrooms if you can.

Practice physical distancing.
(At least 2 metres or 6 feet away)

Bring your own personal protective equipment.
(Hand sanitizer, mask, gloves)

Practice good hygiene.
(Handwashing and coughing into your sleeve)

Now let's get this summer started! 

But please remember, if you aren't comfortable going out at this time, you can always order takeout instead to support your local businesses and restaurants.

And in all seriousness, if you need more information on how to protect yourself during these times, head on over to the Ontario Government website below.

Rosalyn Gambhir
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