Popular Milton Keynes square reveals which businesses in its court will reopen on April 12
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The Hub in Milton Keynes is listing the businesses reopening on April 12 as further lockdown restrictions are lifted in an attempt to restart the UK economy.
As part of stage two of the government's roadmap out of lockdown, non-essential shops and other businesses can reopen from Monday (April 12).
Also, pubs and restaurants can offer outdoor services, whilst other outlets without the ability to host customers outside, can continue to offer takeaway services.
May 17, is the key date where provided Covid infection rates remain low, and new strains of the virus don't emerge. Combined with no negative effects from vaccinations changing government policy and the rollout remaining on schedule. If those factors don't dramatically alter, that is when indoor dining and pub sessions can return nationwide.
Handily, on The Hub's website is a full list of businesses raring to go next week. The following businesses are welcoming guests for outdoor dining:
"-Bogota Coffee, MK’s first independent speciality coffee bar.
"-Blossom Room, an independently owned, award-winning bar/restaurant for Japanese inspired food and cocktails.
"-Las Iguanas, for those tantalising Latin American tastes, family dining, bottomless brunch and delectable cocktails.
"-Zizzi, family favourite Italian chain serving authentic pizza, calzone and traditional pastas.
"-Turtle Bay, be whisked away to tropical climes with the best Caribbean vibes as you lime away the hours with lush cocktails, reggae tunes and the best in Caribbean cuisine.
"-Banana Tree, from mouthwatering rendang to vegan skewers and everyone's favourite Phad Thai, Banana Tree has something for everyone in the family.
"-Subway, You know what they say, a sub a day keeps the hunger away. Grab yourself a sub, wrap or salad to satisfy your hunger."
Customers are advised to check individual listings on The Hub's website to find out more about individual opening times.
Headonist Hair & Beauty is also reopening for those in desperate need of a fresh post-lockdown look, or after a stress-relieving pampering session.
Takeaway only options in the square include pizzeria, Zizzi's, spicy Indian restaurant, Maaya, and the Nando's will be offering cheeky takeout chicken.
Here's a full list of the businesses at The Hub, which offer home deliveries for takeaways: