Testing & Regulations

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.

Regulations & Guidelines

- 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.