As you’ve probably seen recently, the UK government has announced the Eat Out To Help Out scheme which allows restaurants to give their customers 50% off food to help revive the leisure and hospitality industry in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic.
How does Eat Out To Help out work?
The scheme gives customers at participating restaurants and dining establishments 50% off food and soft drinks (not alcoholic drinks or service charges) on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Eat Out To Help Out is running from 3rd August – 31st August 2020.
All diners in a group of any size can make use of the discount, and the 50% discounted can then be claimed by the restaurant from the government. The discount for Eat Out To Help Out should be automatically applied at participating venues on the dates above.
List of restaurants in Durham participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme
Here’s a list of some of our favourite Durham restaurants, pubs and bars participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme this month: you can find a full list of venues in Durham City and County Durham on the government’s website here.
- Bells Fish and Chips, Marketplace
- Bill’s Restaurant, Saddler Street
- The Capital Curry House, Claypath
- Cellar Door, Saddler Street
- Chapters Tea Rooms
- Court Inn
- Fat Hippo, Saddler Street
- Flat White Kitchen
- Head of Steam, North Road
- La Spaghettata, Saddler Street
- Lebaneat Restaurant, North Bailey
- Nodu Sushi, North Road
- Tango Steakhouse, Elvet Bridge
- Zen Durham
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