Duck and Tipple will be reopening this weekend in Basingstoke after months of lockdown. 

The popular haunt opened two years ago in Wote Street, above the Subway store.

And it has created an action plan to welcome people back on Saturday, July 4.

It will be opening its doors to customers from 12pm to 12.30am. 

The eatery is asking anyone who is experiencing Covid symptoms to stay at home.

There will be a queuing system, with social distancing implemented.

Half the amount of customers will be allowed in the restaurant, and the restaurant has advised people to book ahead to guarantee a table.

All orders will be taken, delivered and paid for at the table.

There will be a one in, one out policy. 

And the tables have been rearranged to allow a large enouch gap between guests, with screen in-between if they are needed.

A reduced menu, with more cocktails will be available for customers.

And there is a track and trace system, which means that anyone coming into Duck and Tpple will need to provide contact details.

The restaurant is also asking customers to use hand sanitiser before entry. ​