Now that Toronto has entered Stage 3 of reopening, many establishments have begun opening their doors to the public. This includes dine-in bars, gyms, and strip clubs. Like everything else that has reopened, restrictions must be put in place to follow reopening guidelines and ensure the safety of staff and guests.
Entertainers are also not to have physical contact with other persons. The of customers at each establishment must also be limited to no more than 50 indoors.
No more than 10 people are allowed to be seated at a table. Guidelines also say that businesses must maintain a customer log that records customer information including, name, address, and telephone. A COVID screening protocol must also be established to be applied to each employee before they start a shift.
It must consist of the Toronto Public Health screening questionnaire. Dancing is only permitted if performed by someone working at the establishment, with restrictions. As the province has deemed nightclubs currently unsafe to open, they are permitted to allow guests for the purpose of serving food or drinks to patrons.
The club recommends reservations in advance and has said that they are compliant with all health and safety requirements and regulations. A post shared by Filmores filmores. Meanwhile, the House of Lancaster reopened last Friday and has said on Instagram that lap dances will be available but masks are required for staff and customers. The club also told Daily Hive that seating has been placed six feet apart.
Arrows have also been placed around the club and all customers have their temperatures checked upon arrival. Bartenders are behind plexiglass and wear a mask at all times.
All waitresses and busboys also wear masks. The club also has a couple of new areas for dancers to dance for you. A post shared by Brass Rail Upper Brass brassrail.
Club Paradise Toronto opened Thursday but asked patrons to call for reservations. Masks are also required inside all enclosed public places, as per a City of Toronto bylaw. View this post on Instagram.