Monday, 28 Sep 2020

Which restaurants are extending Eat Out to Help Out in September?

The Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme has proven popular, with many hoping the discounts could be extended past its end date.

The latest figures from the Treasury show that over 35 million meals have been served so far, and Mike Cherry, the chancellor Rishi Sunak has been called on to let the scheme to go on into September.

While the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme is still due to end on August 31, some eateries are going to continue to offer discounts into next month…

Which restaurants are extending Eat Out To Help Out deals?

Plenty of restaurants have said they’re going to keep discounts going after the scheme’s official end date, including Toby Carvery and Harvester, which will keep the discounts going for a further 2 weeks, Signature Pub Group and The Coconut Tree, which is axing the £10 per-person cap to discounts and continuing its deals in October for lunchtime meals.

True North Brew Co are also removing the £10 per-person cap as they keep the deals going into next month, while Cityglen pubs are keeping the cap as they offer 50% off food and soft drinks on 1 and 2 September.

Homeslice are keeping the Eat Out to Help Out style deals going until the end of September, and Kricket will be offering the deals on Mondays only but are scrapping the £10 cap and will be offering these weekly savings until the end of the year.

Meanwhile, Q Hotels Group will be keeping the Monday-Wednesday discounts going all the way until the end of November, 56 North in Edinburgh has promised to keep the deals going through September and October, and Peru Perdu in Manchester will also keep offering deals through next month.

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