Recently, Governor Baker announced the lifting of all COVID-19 restrictions starting on Saturday, May 29th. As such, we will be returning our tap room to its former glory starting on that date. What this means in a nutshell is patrons will now be able to be seated at the bar, tables will go back to their pre-COVID configuration both inside and out, and table service and reservations will end (being replaced by our normal counter service). We don’t take these measures lightly but given the recent announcement from the CDC and the impressive vaccination rate in Massachusetts, we strongly feel that at this point it is a matter of personal choice on whether you want to protect yourself from the virus or take the risk. Our staff is 100% vaccinated (and have been for a while). We will no longer require them to wear masks and we will no longer require you, our guests, to either (but we will not judge if you do).
It’s been a long 439 days since we’ve had a lively tap room and we look forward to serving you once again from the other side of the bar, seeing all of your smiling faces enjoying our beer and having a good time. Our tap room was designed to invoke a sense of community and conversation with others. The time has come to see that again. Welcome back!
-Chris Tkach, Idle Hands Founder & PresidentShare:
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