Here’s a guide to the pubs in Mansfield and surrounding areas – with how they are operating going forward.
Some are keeping most restrictions in place, while others are opting to allow customers to return to some kind of normality.
Whatever your preference, Mansfield’s pubs and restaurants have you covered.
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5. The Oak Tree
We will revert back to ‘Assisted service’ - this means you will place your order at the bar and if you set up a tab we will happily add to that tab throughout your visit.
Not ready to go back to the bar? Well that’s easy….. download the Order & Pay App.
The app is here to stay and is the easiest way to order from the comfort of your table.
From tomorrow we are mask friendly and support anyone that wishes to continue to wear them.
The NHS QR code will remain available for anyone that wishes to continue to use it.
Photo: The Oak Tree
6. Sir John Cockle
Everybody is free to come see us at the bar
Karaoke and the dance floor also return for customers.
Photo: Sir John Cockle
7. The Coopers
We are keeping partial table service in the restaurant area and front dining area. The outside benches and the bar area will become bar service only. We will only be opening the bar on the drinkers side of the pub for bar service. Mask are now not compulsory but we strongly recommend you wear them especially at busy times. Track and trace QR code and manual sign in sheets will both still be available again we recommend you sign in to the site on arrival. We will still happily accept walk-ins when space available but we recommend booking at weekends.
Photo: The Coopers
8. The Rufford
Face masks will no longer be mandatory, our guests and the team are welcome to wear one voluntarily. Track and trace will be voluntary, QR codes will be visible around the restaurant. You’ll be able to prop up the bar and order your food and drink. Social distancing will be going, but please do respect the people around you, we want everyone safe so please do respect peoples requests.
Photo: The Rufford