When Armidale Servies reopens its doors, as restrictions are lifted next Monday, there will be a long list of policies and procedures in place to ensure it's a safe environment.
Permanent staff have already returned to the premises to be informed of the new practices, which will limit the number of patrons that can be in any particular part of the club.
Club CEO Scott Sullivan said while they were still waiting for the official guidelines, it appeared the easing of restrictions would be based on the amount of restaurants, bars and cafes.
"For each dining facility they will allow you to have a capacity of 50 patrons," Mr Sullivan said.
"So bars will be able to reopen, but there won't be any mingling around bars or standing at bars. Everyone while they're in our venue will be asked to be seated at a table."
The club was forced to close two months ago when the government restrictions were introduced to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Given the restrictions that still remain in place, Mr Sullivan said not all club operations, and not all staff, would return just yet.
"We'll be looking at the rosters to see how many we can return, with a view to returning as many as we can," he said.
But he did welcome the lifting of restrictions for clubs like Servies, which he said would benefit the community.
"I think it's important for the community that we are able to come out of what we've been in," he said.
"It's important that we have our social distancing measures in place, but I think life getting back to normality will be a great thing for Armidale.
"We need everyone to support it and adhere to the guidelines and practices, as that will ensure we are able to stay open and remain open and avoid any second wave of coronavirus," he said.