Frankie and Benny's opens doors to Doncaster diners

Frankie and Benny’s is set to reopen to Doncaster diners for the first time since lockdown- with new measures in place to help keep staff and customers safe.

By Sophie Wills
Monday, 13th July 2020, 12:52 pm
Updated Monday, 13th July 2020, 12:53 pm

The Doncaster restaurant, at the Leisure Park on Bawtry Road, is one of six branches across the country reopening for dine-in today (Monday, July 13), along with a Click and Collect and Delivery service.

The Italian-American themed eaterie says that guests can expect a ‘number of new measures’ after it consulted strict Government guidelines to ensure safety.

Theseinclude social disancing guidelines and signage as well as enhanaced cleaning practices.

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Frankie and Benny's in Doncaster is opening its doors today.

Menus are single use and contactless order and payment will be encouraged.

Team members are also subjected to mandatory health screening and increased hand washing during their shift.

Mark Chambers, CEO of the Leisure division, said: “We are delighted to be reopening Frankie & Benny’s and very much look forward to welcoming back our guests.

"We are starting with a handful of restaurants and are aiming to have 35 open by the end of the month.

"Our priority will be to ensure the health and safety of our teams and guests whilst providing a first-class experience.”

The six sites reopening for dine-in today are:

Doncaster

Chesterfield

Dudley

Lincoln

Merryhill

Peterborough Boongate

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