Eat Out To Help Out in Bristol this August

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Eat Out To Help Out Bristol


The government’s Eat Out To Help Out discount scheme launches on Monday, August 3rd – and while there are chains participating, it’s also a great opportunity to show your support for Bristol’s local, independent businesses.

Big chains like Costa, Harvester, KFC, Nando’s, PizzaExpress and Wagamama have all confirmed that they are participating. But there are also plenty of independent restaurants and food businesses getting involved here in Bristol – and it’s those that need our support the most.

The Eat Out To Help Out scheme encourages people to dine in at restaurants across the UK with a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks (up to a maximum of ¬£10 per person) that the establishment can then claim back from the government. These can also be run alongside the venue’s other promotional deals and offers, meaning that you can benefit even more from the scheme. There’s no limit on how many times you can use the offer between August 3rd and 31st, and there’s no need to produce a voucher either.

So, which independent Bristol venues are taking part? Helpfully, the government has produced an online finder tool which allows you to search for participating establishments by postcode.

Your search will return results within 5 miles of your postcode, so wherever you are in Bristol, you should have plenty of choice! And there’s a wide range of participating venues to choose from, including the likes of Better Food, Bertha’s Pizza, Seven Lucky Gods, Swoon, Cowbee, Mrs Pott’s Chocolate House, Adelina Yard, Burger Theory, Pasture, Clifton Sausage, Bristol Lido…the list goes on.

If you’ve been missing the excitement of meals out (and I know I have), the Eat Out To Help Out scheme is a great way to get back to something resembling normality, saving yourself some money AND helping our local food businesses to keep trading while doing so. Enjoy…


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