We are following the latest Government advice
Going to a pub or restaurant with members of another household
When eating or drinking out with people you do not live with, you should only meet one other household if you are seated indoors.
If you are eating or drinking outdoors, you can do so with one other household or in a group of up to 6 people from different households. You should take care to limit your interactions with anyone outside the group you visit these places with.
In all cases, people from different households (unless in support bubbles) should ensure they socially distance as much as possible. Premises should also take reasonable steps to help you do so in line with COVID-19 secure principles.