Extra Space for Restaurants

Temporary marquee structures can add extra space to restaurants to enable safer distanced dining.

Marquees are extremely adaptable, have good ventilation and can be divided up to suit your needs.

Below are examples of some of the temporary structures County Marquees has installed to accomodate socially distanced eating in restaurants.

Contact us if you would like to find out more about a marquee to enable social distancing in restaurants.

Socially distanced restaurant:

Outdoor eating area covered by a marquee

Normally an open terrace, this restaurant's outdoor eating area is now covered by an open sided marquee to enable social distancing in the fresh air

Tables well spaced in the marquee

Tables well spaced under the marquee cover. Festoon lighting strung across the roof will look pretty at night

Tent squeezed in the space between a restaurant and a wooden pergola

Frame marquees fit well into awkward spaces, here on a walled terrace outside the main restaurant closed off by a wooden pergola

A tight fit for the tent

A tight fit for the hotel restaurant tent

Socially distanced restaurant:

Outdoor eating area covered by a marquee

The walls of this temporary restaurant marquee at pretty Tewin Bury Farm Hotel are half transparent and half open to the elements for extra ventilation

Separated booths for Covid safe dining

Guests can sit and eat at well spaced tables in the marquee, in an outside eating area, or in these cute well separated booths

Indirect heater

An indirect heater helps with circulating clean air from outside