Tasting House FAQs
Thank you for your patience and understanding through these unprecidented times. Due to the World Health pandemic we have instituted a number of new protocols at our Tasting House, which can be found here. Below we cover a few of the commonly asked questions.
Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding in these unprediented times.
- Are children allowed?
- Do I need to make a reservation?
- Do I need to wear a mask?
- Can we bring food or other beverages?
- Is there a limit to group size?
- Can we use the bathroom during our visit?
Yes, we are a family friendly Tasting House. However please note that children as well as adults must adhere to social distancing protocols and will not be allowed to wander. All guests must stay at their reserved table throughout thier visit. Guests are permited to visit the bathroom, however we ask that you limit these trips to the begining and end of your visit (when possible) to limit the number of people walking around the space.
Reservations are strongly recommended. Guests who arrive without a reservation may be asked to return at a later time or date with a reservation. Reservations may be made on our website. Please note, all groups are limited to a maximum of 6 guests including guests younger than the legal age to drink.
All non-vaccinated guests are required to wear a mask that covers both the nose and mouth. Face coverings may be removed when and only when seated. Masks are required (for non vaccinated guests) at any point when you are standing or moving about our space, using the restrooms, get up from your table, walk from and to your car, etc. Thank you for your cooperation.
All vaccinated guests may choose to wear a mask, or not.
No. We do not allow outside food at our Tasting House. Pre-packaged snacks and light bites will be available for purchase. New York State Law does not allow outside alcohol, wine, or beer brought onto our property.
Yes. Due to limited space, all groups are limited to a maxium of 6 guests per group, this includes guests younger than the legal age to drink.
Yes, restroom facilities will be open to the public and will be cleaned regularly throughout the day. Our unisex restroom is a single use bathroom and we ask that anyone waiting to use the bathroom waits at their table to avoid congregation by the bathroom.