Whereas Nicola Sturgeon might have dealt a blow when it got here to beer gardens opening this week, this hasn’t stopped the Corn Trade preparing for when the time lastly comes.
As reported by Edinburgh Dwell, the Chesser venue announced it would be opening the city’s “largest beer garden” – and now they’ve given revellers a sneak peek.
The venue’s managing director Paul Demarco beforehand mentioned that he was seeking to adapt the venue to make it appropriate for punters when lockdown begins to ease. And, by the seems to be of it, they’ve carried out precisely that.
In a collection of clips, Paul revealed he was “gutted and disillusioned” that they could not open the beer backyard on Friday however mentioned he thought he’d give individuals an concept “of what we had prepared for you”.
Taking viewers on a whistle-stop tour, he exhibits them the socially distanced bar, which has three serving factors and ground markings that instruct individuals the place to face, whereas “sneeze guards” have additionally been put in to guard employees.
There are additionally plenty of enjoyable options, together with ping pong tables, in addition to roman columns and picket fences that have been set for use as props within the new beer backyard.
“One factor we have now right here on the Corn Trade is a number of area”, Paul explains earlier than displaying off three new socially distanced seating areas.
He added there will even be tv in the beer garden displaying sport and swingball and outdoor darts, whereas images reveal there are props and a floral backdrop to utilize, too.