As per government guidelines, from 17th May we’re able to welcome members (+ up to 5 of their guests) back inside the House.

Use the booking link below to secure your table, you’ll be prompted to request a regular indoor or garden table.

To help us manage capacity, distancing and to keep members and staff safe, we’re asking that you book your visit in advance. Members can bring up to five guests each, but if you’re planning a more intimate first catch up with friends, we have some smaller tables too. Everything you need to know is included below.

Reservations must be made in the name of a current House of St Barnabas member.

Opening hours:

  • Monday: 10am  – 8pm
  • Tuesday – Friday: 10am  – 11pm
  • Weekends: closed
  • Food served everyday, 12 noon – 8pm

Requests:
The system limits bookings to three hours, but we will always try to accommodate member requests for a longer booking. Please let us know after you have made your booking via [email protected]. We will confirm the updated booking with you.

Our recent refurbishment has increased the number of outdoor plug sockets. After you have made your booking, drop [email protected] a note to say you’ll like to be seated next to one.

Wet weather:
We have parasols in the Garden which will provide some rain cover but not for every table. If we have to close due to bad weather we will notify everyone with an existing booking. If in doubt, please call the Reservations Team on 0207 437 1894. Now that we are able to open indoors, in the event of wet weather we will do our best to relocate outdoor bookings indoors, dependent on availability.

Nosie and phone usage in the House:
As we open indoors, we will have discreet and relaxed background music throughout the House during the day. We will continue to permit mobile and virtual calls to be taken in any room to help with social distancing. Please help us by keeping noise to a minimum to avoid disrupting other Members. As the sun goes down, the volume will go up, so be ready to put your laptop away for the day.

What we’re doing to keep Covid-secure:
Access is via our usual Greek Street entrance. As you pass through the House’s one way system, you’ll need to keep wearing your mask; you’ll see staff wearing theirs too. We ask that members make ample use of the hand sanitiser that you’ll find at reception, and on tables. We’ll also be asking all members and their guests to check-in via the NHS Track & Trace app. Please expect to be reminded about these things when you arrive. Our enhanced cleaning regime continues with a focus on shared spaces and touchpoints. Toilets are located indoors on the ground floor.

Our capacity:
Government regulations allow for groups of up to six or two households.  We advise members to book tables in advance.

Menu:
Coffee and pastries are available between 10am – 12noon. Food is available 12noon-8pm everyday. You can see our menus here.

Bookings after 19th July:
Bookings can now be made inside the House from 17th May, this is line with step three of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown.

Step four of the government’s road map was due to come into effect on 21st June. On the 14th June, the government announced a 4-week delay in moving to this step. We now expect step four to come into effect from 19th July, this should remove all legal limits on social contact. We will keep you up to date with what any change in government restrictions means for us, you and the House right here, on our social media channels and in the newsletter.

Euros 2020
We’re fully booked on Friday 18th June, with limited availability for England vs Czech Republic on Tuesday 22nd June. If England, Wales or Scotland get through to the knock-out stages, we’ll then release those dates on OpenTable. Please request an outdoor table.

Let us know how we can help:
If there is anything you are unsure about or want clarified, please get in touch with the Membership Team at [email protected].