Following the launch of the government’s new Eat Out to Help Out scheme, foodies will be able to get a 50 per cent discount when dining-in at certain restaurants, pubs and cafés in Cheltenham from Monday 3 August 2020.
Diners can save up to £10 per head from Monday to Wednesday until Monday 31 August 2020 at participating eateries – with plenty of places to grab some half-price grub in Cheltenham.
As an independent business ourselves, we are passionate about supporting Cheltenham’s independent restaurants, cafés and pubs – with SoGlos’s journalists handpicking some of our favourite independents taking part in the scheme in the city, so far. We will be updating the list as more venues announce their involvement…
For gorgeous countryside views and a fantastic British menu, head to Cowley Manor’s terrace for lunch or dinner from Monday to Wednesday to benefit from discounts of up to £10 off per person. Afternoon tea costs just £10 per person with the deal.
With tables inside and out and a menu bursting with sunny Spanish tapas, independent Regent Street restaurant Bar Padron is taking part in Eat Out to Help Out. Save on paella and splurge on sangria!
The Coconut Tree in Cheltenham will be offering its sensational Sri Lankan street food with a 50 per cent off discount INCLUDING ALCOHOL, from Monday to Wednesday. All the more money for coco-tails!
The Everyman Theatre’s Cafe and Restaurant is taking part in Eat Out To Help Out scheme, with savings of up to £10 on a special two course menu, available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August.
One of our favourite Cheltenham independents, space will be at a premium to dine in at 288 Bar and Wok, when it offers its delicious Chinese fare for half the price on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August, as well as Monday 17, 24 and 31 August 2020 too.
Enjoy WoodKraft’s relaxed dishes for less, with the popular eatery on Regent Street taking part in the new government-backed scheme throughout August.
Offering half-price meals on Tuesday evenings and Wednesdays, wine and cheese fans can also tuck into a new one-metre sharing platter at Domaine 16 on Regent Street.
Treat yourself to a feast of authentic Indian street food, with Bombay & Co offering 50 per cent off its food menu in August.
Get fifty per cent off fine dining at Cheltenham’s GL50 this August, with a menu of delicious dishes made from seasonal British produce.
Authentic Sardinian-inspired pizza is half-price this August as Nasprías on Hewlett Road is joining in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Known for being one of Cheltenham’s most acclaimed restaurants, The Daffodil will be offering 50 per cent off its famous food and opening on Mondays from Monday 17 August 2020 until the end of the month, to take part in the Government-backed initiative.
Pub-goers can get 50 per cent off The Bottle of Sauce’s full food menu from 5pm onwards, including its juicy range of burgers and stonebaked pizzas – we like the ‘Salami Get This Straight’ sausage fest.
Head to The Old Restoration for a half-price meal, with the menu boasting traditional pub classics like steak and ale pie, as well as a veggie-friendly risotto and Thai green curry.
Sandford Park Alehouse will be taking part in the government-backed scheme, giving customers the chance to try its delicious Cheltenham fried chicken and other pub grub for less.
Devour a half-price dinner at The Swan, for terrific local food and plenty of vegan options – and a nice Cheltenham town centre pub garden too.
Grab a bench in the pub garden and tuck into The Railway’s terrific Thai street food for 50 per cent less. The sweetcorn fritters are our favourites.
For more tasty Thai, The Vine in Cheltenham will be participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The green curry is so good, at half price we’ll be buying two lots!
Just a stone’s throw from Cheltenham Town Hall, visit the Imperial Garden Bar for alfresco dining with a discount – the perfect way to spend a sunny day.
Part of Raymond Blanc’s The White Brasserie group, diners can enjoy up to 50 per cent off swanky pub grub at The King’s Arms in Prestbury as part of Eat Out to Help Out.
Serving up freshly made bagels and fantastic breakfasts, The Meadow Café is taking part in the scheme to offer customers 50 per cent off its delicious menu.
Arrange a brunch date or indulge in afternoon tea at Havanas Coffee with tasty food, drinks and sweet treats on offer for 50 per cent less.
With a host of breakfast and lunch options as well as yummy sweet and savoury bakes available, grab a bite to eat for less at Cheltenham’s popular Number 85 Coffee & Kitchen.
Head to The Curious Café & Bistro on the bustling Bath Road, its menu spanning hearty breakfasts, tasty lunches and homemade cakes – with half price options available throughout August.
Enjoy 50 per cent off freshly ground coffee, homemade cakes and scrummy savoury dishes in a unique botanical-inspired setting at Cheltenham’s Botanica Coffee Kitchen, this August.
Joining in with Eat Out to Help Out this August, the cafe at Pittville Pump Room is serving up half price coffee, brunch, lunch and afternoon tea with some of the most gorgeous views in town, right over the lake at Pittville Park.
Hook one of The Find’s homemade fishfinger sandwiches or hunt out one of their cruffins for half the price, with the indepedent Regent Street cafe taking part in the scheme through August.
For the full list of venues taking part in #EatOutToHelpOut across the UK visit tax.service.gov.uk/eat-out-to-help-out.
Wednesday 19 August 2020
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