COMMUNION Hours of Operation:
Mon, Tue, Wed - CLOSED
Thursday - Friday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(Trivia on Thursdays at 8PM)
Saturday - 1:00pm - 10:00 pm
Sunday - 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Communion may stay open later per the discretion of management.
Is Communion Open Today?
We are [updating] today
The Eleven Commandments:
(We turn it up to eleven here at Communion)
Tokens are purchased as you enter the backyard. They cost $5 each and include tax and gratuity. You will exchange them for drinks and food at the bar and food truck respectively. They cannot be refunded, but they also do not expire, so stock up so you don’t have to get back in line.
We have valet and highly suggest you use it. This will ensure that your car is parked in one of the lots that we lease. Unfortunately, we do not have the right to park in every lot in Decatur, and you run the risk of having your car towed if you are in the wrong place. If valet is not your thing you can try parking street side, parking in the public parking deck, or just walking if you are close enough.
Our seating is communal (hence the name “Communion”) and is first come first serve. Please be nice to each other and don’t be afraid to sit close and make some new friends.
All food is served from our bright red food truck. Just come on up and check out what we have that day. Don’t forget to bring your tokens, as you will need them to buy stuff. Most of our food has meat products in them (it’s a German thing) although we do have a couple of veggie options. We also do not allow any outside food to be brought inside. If you need options for your children we have a lovely restaurant, Revival, on the other side of our gates that has a children’s menu. Check it out.
Our drinks come from the cabana on the opposite side of the yard from the food truck. It has a bright red “BAR” sign hanging on it. We focus on European style beers and wines. That means lower alcohol, sessionable beverages that pair great with our food. They also keep you from passing out 30 minutes after you get here, standing in the full blazing sun. We also have punches and coolers, as well as a few non-alcoholic bottled drinks. That being said, we don’t have a full bar and can only make what we have on the menu for the day. Don’t forget your tokens, you need them here as well.
Games are free! They include Horseshoes, Cornhole, Darts, Cards, and Giant Jenga. We cannot allow kids to play darts or horseshoes. Both games are dangerous and meant for adults only. I’m sure you understand.
Kids are allowed to accompany their parents at Communion until 7pm each night. Once you hear us ring the big bell kids will have to leave and it becomes 21 and up only. Your children are to be under your direct supervision at all times. We love kids, but this is a grown up place and we want our guests to all have a great time. Bad behavior is frowned upon; this goes for kids and grown ups, and can result in you being asked to leave.
Smoking is not permitted inside the fence at Communion. If you need to light up please make your way to the street. You have to leave your drink inside though, the police in Decatur will be quick to remind you that this is not New Orleans…
Well behaved dogs are permitted at Communion. They must be on leash and under their owner’s supervision at all times. We have poo bags and ask you to please take you pet for a walk regularly. Although we have a “park like” setting we are in fact a restaurant and need your help to keep it orderly. If your dog begins to act aggressively towards others we may have to ask you to leave.
Bathrooms are located inside Revival. They are at the northwest corner (near the valet) and can be accessed from a door located on that side of the building.
We have been told by the higher ups exactly how many people can be back here at one time. Once we hit that number some folks will have to leave before more people can be let in. We know that you may be happy to sit on someone’s lap, stand up to eat and drink, sit on the planter boxes, sit on the ground or just “join” some friends that are already inside… unfortunately, we can’t do that, it wouldn’t be prudent and the Fire Marshall would not be happy.