It is our goal to ensure that all of our guests feel comfortable at this joyous occasion. Given the current environment, we will be following NY State and CDC COVID-19 guidelines regarding social distancing, testing, and masks.
All guests, including those who are vaccinated, are required to provide proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the event OR proof of a negative rapid test within 6 hours of the event with an appropriate ID matching the name on the test result, in accordance with current NY State guidelines (below).
In addition, guests will undergo a temperature check upon arrival that must register below 100.4 degrees.
- Venues are restricted to 50% capacity, with no more than 150 people per event.
- All patrons must be tested prior to the event.
- Sign-in with contact information required to assist with potential contact tracing.
- Venues must notify local health departments of large events, above the social gathering limit, in advance.
- Masks will be required at all times except when seated and eating or drinking at their assigned table.
- All attendees must practice social distancing and remain six feet from people who are not in their immediate party, household or family.
- Cocktail hours are allowed with strict social distancing rules. Including, people must not eat or drink with people who are not in their immediate party, household or family.
- Ceremonial and socially-distanced dancing allowed under strict guidelines.
- Guests may dance with only members of their immediate party, household or family seated at their table only in clearly marked zones.
- Tables should be at least six feet apart and guests should be seated only with people from their immediate party, household or family whenever possible.
- Dancing zones should be at least six feet apart from other dancing zones.
- Guests must wear masks while dancing.
- Live music performers must be separated from guests, especially if playing a wind instrument by at least 12 feet or a physical barrier.
We will keep this page updated as additional information and guidelines are published.