The Moseley Bar & Kitchen which resides in the heart of Glenelg will be re-opening their doors, after 9 weeks of closure, tonight at 5pm.
To celebrate the re-opening of this iconic Glenelg venue, The Mayor of Holdfast Bay, Amanda Wilson and Liberal MP for Morphett, Stephen Patterson will be pouring the first beer, alongside The Moseley’s new Venue Manager Kris Ball and RD Jones Group’s Operating Director, Luke Donaldson.
“We have taken every precaution to ensure the safety of all patrons in our venue. To maintain social distancing, all tables have been spaced 1.5 metres apart and will receive table service. We encourage our customers to keep their distance from one another, so everyone can enjoy their time in venue as safely as possible,” says Venue Manager, Kris Ball.
“We will offer set sitting times for dinner each night, so we can serve as many customers as possible. As always, we guarantee diligent hygiene processes are followed, with our dining areas sanitised between sittings and throughout the day.”
The Moseley Bar & Kitchen re-opening their doors is extremely exciting for the RD Jones Group, as this venue was one of the hardest hit with social distancing restrictions.
“We are currently figuring out ways to bring our famous atmosphere and entertainment back for patrons, within a socially distanced, safe environment,” says Operations Director, Luke Donaldson.
“We are so excited to see you dining and drinking in our venue again, and are very grateful for your continued support through these unprecedented times.”
The Moseley Bar & Kitchen is one of 10 venues being re-open across the RD Jones Group this week, including the likes of The Woodcroft Hotel, The Gully Public House & Garden, The Bartley Hotel, The Yankalilla Hotel and more.
To make a booking, please call 8295 3966, unfortunately online bookings will not be available for the time being.
12pm – 9pm
Lunch: 12pm – 3pm
Dinner: 5pm – 9pm
Find The Moseley Bar & Kitchen at 11 Moseley Square, Glenelg.