Wetherspoon's "Beer we go" gardens open from April 12

Monday, March 8, 2021

Wetherspoon says it will be opening beer gardens, rooftop gardens and terraces in 394 of its pubs in England when its closure is further rolled back from April 12, it has been revealed.

Pubs and restaurants in England can serve their customers on the move from 12 April as part of the roadmap to get over the economic crisis that devastated the hospitality industry.

Pubs won't have a booking system.

Customers can purchase and pay with Wetherspoon's online App, and staff can receive orders and payments on the table.

Wetherspoon has 875 pubs in the United Kingdom, including 750 in England.

Under government plans, restrictions on social contacts could be lifted by 21 June, subject to strict terms and conditions.

The news will be a boost to bars without gardens, which risk being shut out of the early summer rush

Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the plan a "one-way road to freedom" but said he couldn't ensure it was irreversible,"but the intention is that it should be"