Harbor Lights, located in Warwick, will open on Friday, May 22 for take-out and door dash delivery.
The club will open for outdoor dining on May 27, according to an updated post on Harbor Lights’ Facebook page.
“We apologize for the delay on outdoor dining but we are finally getting our parking lot paved and completed. We are sure this update will make your Harbor Lights experience even better,” wrote Harbor Lights.
The clubs hours are Wednesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, Saturday an Sunday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
“Our plans are to add on marina dockside delivery, marina food truck and eventually to try to offer some outside entertainment. We know all our guests love our sunsets and we are expanding ways for you to enjoy these though additional outside seating,” writes Harbor Lights in a statement on their website.
Harbor Lights is closed for food on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Harbor Lights Safety Precautions
As for safety precautions at Harbor Lights, the club says the following on their website:
“To protect our guests and staff we will encourage guests to order online or call in your order and it will be ready for quick pick up. If you would like to enjoy our outdoor dining, you must make a reservation and we will utilize the same online ordering system from table side and self serve pickup. We hope to begin waitstaff tableside service later in the summer.
Reservations for outside tables can be made by phone and must have a beginning and ending time to minimize crowds and waiting.
We will be installing signs to encourage our guests to practice safe social distancing policies and wear masks. We are also planning to implement touchless payment methods at all locations to better protect our staff and patrons. We will be placing hand sanitizer stations at the gas dock and food service areas.
We will be separating tables and using disposable products in all our food service areas and providing plenty of masks and gloves for all of our employees as we will be diligently monitoring health and safety measures. All of our food service staff have completed Covid-19 Servsafe Food Service training. All staff in all areas will be screened at the start of each work day.
We are doing our best to prepare for a season no one could have expected. We will have to adjust to this new normal and there may be some bumps along the way. We ask for your patience as we work through everything and please know safety is an absolute priority for us!”