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Forth Floor Dining at Harvey Nichols

Posted: 30th July 2020

Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh is delighted to announce that Forth Floor dining will return on Wednesday 29th July. Customers will once again be invited to dine and experience fine food, cocktails and delicious wine, whilst enjoying the spectacular rooftop views across the capital city.

In order to provide a safe and comfortable environment where the health and safety of both guests and employees is ensured, Harvey Nichols has implemented a number of new measures to enable everyone to dine and drink with confidence.

There will be fewer tables, ensuring an appropriate physical distance between dining parties. There will be a one-way system across the dining areas to help with social distancing when moving through the space. Customers will have a choice of virtual, or single use, recyclable menus to order from. Sanitiser stations will be located at the entrance, exit and restrooms. Enhanced cleaning schedules and extra staff training is being carried out by the team instore, who will also take details from one member of each table to assist with the Scottish Government’s Test and Protect programme.

These are just some of the many processes Harvey Nichols has implemented to ensure the highest standards of health and safety for both guests and the team instore, further demonstrating full adherence to government guidelines. The store hopes that this will contribute to a positive experience, and provide customers with the reassurance to relax and enjoy dining in the heart of the Scottish capital at Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh.

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