The University Club

The University Club
The University Club

The Club is currently closed.

We are planning to re-open for lunch service starting Wednesday, August 18th.

We will remain closed Mondays and Tuesdays until September 7th when we will resume full service.

Dining will be in-house (if restrictions allow), on the patio and take-out will be offered.

For reservations please contact Deb Hill at 613-533-6000 ext 74911 or hilldeb@queensu.ca

 

Click here for our COVID-19 reopening information

• We will be offering take out lunches, dinners, soups and desserts. This allows us to carry on serving those most vulnerable who are less likely to visit the Club.
• We are also in a position to offer wine and beer as a part of this take out service.
• All bookings and take-out orders must be by advance reservation only, to ensure appropriate table spacing and monitored pick up areas
• Please make your reservation before 10am the day of
• Email admuclub@queensu.ca or phone 613-533-2846
• Front of the house staff working in food and beverage will wear a mask while they are serving
• Please inform us if you have guests who are not in your bubble, so that each person can be seated 2m apart
• Anyone with signs of COVID, or who has travelled outside of Canada may not use the Club facilities
• All persons entering the Club must wear a mask until they are seated at their table. It can be removed once your order has been taken and your food or beverage has arrived
• Tables will not be set prior to guests arriving to ensure minimal settings are touched
• Menus will be sanitized after each use
• Condiments will be provided in mini containers with salt & pepper upon request
• Our bar areas are not open
• Drinks will be served only to seated guests at dining tables
• Alcoholic beverages are limited to 3 drinks per person
• Diners must stay at their table and must not go over to other tables or around the room, other than arrival and departure from the table and to use the washrooms
• Food service is offered on the patio, weather permitting, in the Urquhart Lounge and in the second floor dining rooms (GTR and WLV)
• A private room can be reserved if available
• The table maximum is 10 persons within the same bubble otherwise table maximum is 6 persons
• If the group is larger than 10 persons, 2 or 3 tables will be set up to accommodate distancing
• Members will no longer be asked to sign chits. Staff will take orders and a copy of their chit will be forwarded to their email
• Signs will indicate the maximum capacity for the elevator, washrooms and dining rooms
• Please take note of the flow for foot traffic
• The staircase to go up is as you enter on the North side of the club. Please use the South side staircase to go back down
• While in the Club, please keep your mask on while moving around, wash hands frequently and maintain a safe distance from others (2m apart)
Under the City By-law, masks must be worn by every person in the common areas of the Club. They may be taken off when dining, or when in a private space.
After hours or early morning, before the rest of the staff arrive for work, the Club will be cleaned and sanitized.
As employees arrive for work, they have to log in, attest to the questions as issued by the Health Unit, and have their temperature taken.
If they register outside of the normal range, or have any other symptoms, they will be sent home and be asked to take the self-assessment test, and if required, a Covid test.
A positive result would mean that they must stay home and isolate for 14 days.
In the event of a positive test by a staff member or guest, we will closely monitor our remaining staff for symptoms. Should any additional symptoms show, the Club will shut down for a minimum of 14 days while staff isolate. All Club members will be notified if this should occur.
Members and guests must check in each time they arrive so we can log who has been in the building, they must attest to a health declaration and have their temperature taken. This is what we will be asking:
1. Are you experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID or do you have a fever?
2. Has anyone in your household been diagnosed with or is experiencing any symptoms of COVID?
3. Have you travelled outside of Canada within the past two weeks?
If the answer is yes to any question, that person will be refused entry and asked to return home and take the self-assessment test.
We expect that these protocols will be in place for some time, but we will continue to monitor federal, provincial and municipal health alerts and follow best practices for the hospitality industry. Your health and safety are our top priority

 

All pricing subject to s/c & HST

While we make every attempt to keep our food items free of life-threatening allergens, we cannot guarantee that our products are free of all possible allergens. Please discuss at the time of booking as well as with your server about your requirements.

Parking Reminder
Metered parking is available on all of the surrounding streets to the club. There is underground parking at the corner of University Avenue and Stuart Street.
The lot located directly outside of the club on Stuart Street is owned and managed by Queen’s University.
The lot is permit parking only, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. This also applies to the accessible parking spaces.
However parking in the lot is permitted as a special courtesy for member events and special events after 5:30 pm mid-week and on weekends.
In addition, Queen’s Parking does not issue tickets in the lot beside the club building between 11:30 am & 2:00 pm on weekdays, to permit club members to have lunch.