A Wapping Wharf taco bar is set to reopen with a minimum spend of £150 per table of four.
Cargo Cantina is one of the Bristol businesses opening tomorrow (July 4), when coronavirus lockdown restrictions will be eased on pubs and restaurants provided social distancing measures are in place.
The Mexican-style restaurant posted on Instagram: “Following the Government guidelines we will be opening for service Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of July (HOLY S*** WE MISSED YOU GUYS)!!
“We will have four tables outside which are not bookable, all y’all gotta do is turn up and we’ll seat you as fast as possible!
“For tables of four or more… We are offering one table inside with set prices and times.
“Minimum spend for tables of four people is £150 and for six people £180 for an hour and half.”
The time slots on Saturday will be from 12.15pm, 2pm, 3.45pm, 5.30pm, 7.17pm and 9pm.
And on Sunday, the slots will start at 12.30pm and 2.30pm.
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Cargo Cantina, which opened at Cargo 2 in 2017, is part of Bristol’s Season & Taste hospitality group, which also includes Bravas, Gambas, Bakers & Co and Masa + Mezcal.
For bookings at Cargo Cantina this weekend, email your request to email@example.com.
Bookings are first come first served.
For an insight into the social distancing systems being put in place at Bristol businesses for weekend reopenings, click here.