We are happy to announce that Club 200 will once again open it's doors to the public Friday, March 5th at 4 PM!
There are some tight restrictions and we realize that not everyone is ready to come down yet and we will be here when you are ready. This isn't a decision we made lightly or without concern for our communities health. For those of you who do want to come down please know that we are following all recommended safety protocols and will be enforcing the rules set forth by the Provincial government.
Below is the email and guidance we received form the province. Take a look at the rules and please respect them and the staff when you are in the Club and follow their direction.
"On behalf of Manitoba Health, please note the following requirements regarding the Public Health order.
Under the current public health orders, if your establishment is offering dine-in service you are required to verify ID that shows the diner's address, to ensure that all adult patrons who are dining together are from the same household. Please ensure that the requirement to provide ID to the server/host/manager/employee is clearly communicated to your patrons as they enter your establishment, and also when they are making a reservation. It is the responsibility of the establishment to verify this. This requirement for checking proof of address is no different that requesting identification for proof of age when serving alcohol.
Please be advised that posting signage or having customers sign a contract is not a reasonable method to ensure persons sitting at the same table are from the same residence. All food service establishment operators are responsible for ensuring that photo identification is requested from all adults sitting at the same table. This can be done by the host or the server.
The current Public Health Orders state:
8(3) The operator of the licensed premises must take reasonable measures to ensure that all persons seated at a table in the licensed premises reside in the same residence, such as requiring persons to present identification that shows their address.
8(4) Liquor must not be sold or served for consumption in the licensed premises between 10:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m.
8(5) The operator of the licensed premises must ensure that
(a) all members of the public vacate the licensed premises by 10:00 p.m.; and
(b) the licensed premises are closed to the public between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., except to allow delivery and takeout orders as provided under subsection (6).
8(6) Food may be sold for delivery or takeout from licensed premises even if the operator decides not to open the licensed premises to the public. Beer, wine, cider and coolers may be sold with food that is purchased for delivery or takeout as permitted under section 24.1 of The Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Act.
8(7) The operator of the licensed premises must ensure that contact information is obtained from all persons in the licensed premises. The operator must retain this information for 21 days, after which it must be destroyed by the operator.
Contact tracing is also required and one person per table is required to provide their contact information. An example of a contact log sheet is attached, and can also be found online at https://www.gov.mb.ca/ass.../en/covid/customer_log_covid.pdf.
Please note that inspections will be occurring by various provincial agencies to ensure compliance, and that non-compliance is subject to enforcement. Please be aware that the checking of identification along with information for contact tracing is a requirement and not an option.
If you have any questions, you may contact your district liquor inspector.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation."
Thank you all for you support and caring during these trying and strange times. If you have any questions please reach out to us via messenger or you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Club 200 has been serving Winnipeg's gay community proudly since 1988, making it one of the longest running gay bars in Canada! We take tremendous PRIDE in being a welcoming, inclusive space that everyone in our community can enjoy!
C'mon down and check out the absolute best DJs, dancers and drag performers Winnipeg has to offer! Whether it's a fabulous show with our current Miss Club 200 Satina Loren or a thumping dance night with DJs Danno & Wizzard you are sure to have a great time!
Club 200's kitchen is open daily from 4 pm to 9 pm serving up items from our NEW menu and daily specials. We can also cater your breakfast, lunch or dinner. Catering menu is available at www.bigdealcatering.ca
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