Crest Hospitality is committed to providing you with an affair to remember and are committed to doing so in a safe environment. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has released new guidelines and requirements for non-residential events, effective March 22, 2021. We are fully committed to creating a safe environment for yourself and your guests.
Please note these guidelines are subject to change and clarification as our industry asks for clarification. We are committed to providing you regular correspondence to keep you updated. In the meantime, should you have any questions for concerns, please reach out to our sales team.
We look forward to welcoming you and your guests.
Indoor capacity is limited to no more than 75% of the certificate of occupancy for a “particular area” OR up to 150 guests (exclusive of employees).
Venue Compliance with Suffolk County Health Department:
Hours of Operation:
o ALL parties will end no later than 12:30am so guests can exit the venue by 1:00am
Host Guest List
Venue Compliance Attestation Form:
*If the guest is a minor, an adult from their party/household/family) in attendance must complete the document on their behalf. Children under the age of two are exempt.
Guest/ Vendor* COVID-19 Testing:
Vendor* Heath Screenings:
*Vendors who stay for the duration of the event (i.e. DJ, photographer, etc.) will be subject to the COVID-19 testing requirements. Vendors dropping off (i.e. florist, etc.) will be subject to health screenings.
Guest Arrival/ Check-in:
surfaces by attendees
tongs, etc…). Social distancing must be maintained
Seating both indoor & outdoor for customers must be separated by a minimum of six feet in all directions. If not possible, physical barriers, at least 5 feet high, can be enacted, however, must not block emergency and/or fire exits.
Music & Entertainment: