COVID-19 and Customer Safety

COVID-19 Update (3/24/20): Today the City of Tallahassee and Leon County issued a "stay at home" order to help combat the spread of COVID-19. This order takes effect Wednesday, March 25. As a part of this order, there will be a curfew from 11 pm until 5 am.

926 WILL remain open for curbside pickup and delivery. We will be closing at 10 pm instead of 11 to allow our employees time to sanitize & get home before the curfew. As a part of the order we can allow no more than 8 people at any time to wait for their orders on the patio (but you will be able to wait in your car in the parking lot).

You can still order food & drinks to go here on our website or for delivery from Uber Eats, Bite Squad or Door Dash.

Thank you for your continued support in these difficult times.

COVID-19 Update (3/21/20 pt 2): As many of you have heard, the Governor's office just ordered all restaurant dining rooms to be closed immediately. Restaurants can now only offer food and drinks for to-go and delivery only. Therefor effective immediately, the pub side will open only for people to pick up to-go orders. We will also have the patio open for people who are waiting for their orders. Our full menu of food and drinks (including alcoholic drinks) will be available for carry out and,delivery (delivery of alcohol is not currently available though). Brunch and Karaoke have been cancelled until further notice.


COVID-19 Update (3/21/20 pt 1): Hi everyone, as you know we had to close our "club side" as a result of COVID-19 and it looks like it may be a while before we're all able to get together and party like we did in the old days (you know, like before last week). Anyway, your 926 family is working hard to come up with ways we can still experience some of the community that helps make 926 so special. So watch for some changes in the next couple weeks. We are planning on expanding our menu and delivery options, as well as adding curbside pickup and extended hours! (Can you say "926 for lunch"? You may be able to soon!) In addition, we have created a 926 channel on Twitch!! We are in the process of creating virtual 926 nights like the Hot Friday Night Party, Sanctuary and maybe even our other nights as well! We are working to set it up so our DJs can live stream the music you love while we can all interact online!! Going forward, our performers will also be able to stream their shows for you as well. We will be announcing more in the coming days as we work through the technical issues involved & add the equipment necessary to get this all running. In the meantime, you can get a free twitch account and follow our channel so you'll get notified as we start live streaming!!!

COVID-19 Update (3/17/20): Per the mandate of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, we have adjusted our seating to maintain 6 foot seperation between parties.  We are also limiting our pub side capacity to 50% of our occupancy level.  This may, at times result in an excessive wait for entering the establishment.  We ask for your patience as we attempt to do our best to follow the recommendations of health officials and the mandates of our government officials.  We had already, in advance of todays mandates, ceased all "club" style operations and cancelled all of those events.


COVID-19 Update (3/16/20): With the CDC recommendation to avoid large gatherings (over 50 people) going forward, 926 is announcing that effective this week, all "club side" events are cancelled/postponed for the immediate future. This includes The Hot Friday Night Party, Sanctuary, Dragged Out Wednesdays, Bass Parade, clothing swaps, group meetings, any bands, etc. As of now, and barring any changes from the City/County or State, we will continue to stay open on the pub (small) side & for food service. St Patrick's Day will still go ahead as planned (as this was not a "club side" event) along with our normal "pub side" activities like karaoke and trivia.


March 12, 2020: We at 926 take the threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously, and we want to assure you that we are implementing the recommendations of the Leon County Health Department, Florida Department of Health and the CDC to prevent the spread of the disease. The health and safety of our customers and staff is our highest priority.  We have always been very vigilant regarding sanitation at 926 and with the advent of the pandemic, we are doubling down on our efforts.

We are also adding additional procedures in addition to those recommendations:

In addition to our current cleaning and sanitizing procedures, we are:

1. Practicing vigorous hand washing techniques as outlined by the CDC. All 926 staff are aware of and trained on the CDC requirements for hand washing and are following those directions.

2. We are increasing the frequency of sanitizing flat surfaces, door handles, and knobs with disinfectants certified to be effective against Coronavirus.

3. Should any 926 staff member become sick, they have been instructed to stay home (this has always been our policy, but we are insuring that all employees, contractors and performers strictly follow this policy).

4. Persons showing symptoms of being ill will be asked to return after they are well.

5. We are now serving all drinks in single use plastic cups.

6. All food is being served in single-use disposable containers.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. We are grateful to all of our 926 family for your continued patronage and support.