Palatine Centre Café reopens


Durham’s Palatine Restaurant has opened its doors to customers again after closing due to coronavirus. 

It will be open from Monday to Friday between 8am and 3pm, with the entrance and exit clearly marked using the cafe’s external doors. 

A range of sandwiches, snacks, hot and cold drinks will be offered to its customers. Due to necessary precautions, all payments will now be taken on a cashless basis. 

It was recently announced by the University that all of its cafes and restaurants will operate through a click and collect service on an app which is currently in the testing stage. Limited seating will be available in branded retail catering outlets managed by the University.

Guidance on the use of college dining and bar spaces is still under development.

The University owns 10 cafes and restaurants, which are located in teaching spaces, as well as in the Botanic Garden, Maiden Castle and on Palace Green.

The Palatine Centre Restaurant was first opened in 2012.


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