07/04/2020 11:00 AM - 07/04/2020 6:00 PM
FORTH OF JULY CELEBRATION - ROBIN HILL VINEYARD
Date: July 4, 2020
Time: 11:30am - 6:30pm
Location: Robin Hill Farm and Vineyard - Brandywine , MD
Details: Join us for our 4th of July Weekend Celebration! Our newest (and popular) service at the winery is our FREE reservation system: this makes sure that you get to enjoy a safe visit with less crowds, seating for everyone, and faster service at the bar!
We will be social distancing so everyone can have a safe and fun time - therefore we are scheduling a limited number of guests in reservation time blocks of 2 hours throughout the day.
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On Saturday July 4th we will be featuring Smoke Stack's House of BBQ for food to be eaten on-site or to-go from 12 -6pm and John Luskey playing a live music duo with Dwayne Taylor from 2:30-4pm and from 4:30-6pm
Saturday July 4th 11:30am – 1:30pm
Saturday July 4th 2pm – 4pm
Saturday July 4th 4:30 – 6:30pm
Sunday July 5th 11:30am – 1:30pm
Sunday July 5th 2pm – 4pm
Sunday July 5th 4:30pm-6:30pm
You only need reservations if you are staying – carryout options are open and endless!
Guests will be able to visit during their scheduled time block. We recommend you arrive on time.
At the end of the reserved time block, we will ask all current guests to leave, so as to make room for us to clean, and then to welcome the next block of reserved guests.
Guests will be served outdoors. There is seating on the porch, deck and lawn. In case of rainy weather, all the porches are covered so guests can stay dry! Of course, if we get a blowing rain, we will have to be flexible – and guests may choose at that point to get their wine & food to go.
Guests may only enter the winery building to use the restroom.
When entering the building to use the bathroom, guests must wear a mask.
When ordering wine or interacting with winery staff, guests must wear masks.
Guests will need to practice social distancing of 6 feet or more and wear masks, when interacting with anyone not in their own party.
All tables will be 6 feet apart, and only 6 people may sit at a table.
Guests will be encouraged to use the hand sanitizing stations located around the property as needed.
Winery staff will be taking precautions to ensure guest safety, taking temperature checks before every shift, wearing masks, and washing hands frequently.
We ask that everyone remain flexible and patient as we adjust to our new business model and strive to serve you happily and safely.
Per State Law - no other alcohol except that produced by our winery is allowed on the premises.
We hope to see you soon, cheers!