Participating restaurants, pubs and cafés in the Cotswolds will be offering the chance for diners to save 50 per cent on food and non-alcoholic drinks, thanks to the government’s new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Between Mondays and Wednesdays, from Monday 3 August 2020 to Monday 31 August 2020, plenty of venues across Cotswold towns and villages, including Cirencester, Tetbury, Chipping Camden and Stow-on-the-Wold will be offering the discount – with savings of up to £10 per person.
As an independent business ourselves, we are passionate about supporting the Cotswold’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.
A rustic gem in the centre of Stow-on-the-Wold, The Porch House is cooking up a storm this August – with a 50 per cent discount on food for hungry diners. For an insight into the menu, check out SoGlos’s review of The Porch House.
Tuck into a hearty meal at The Ox Shed restaurant, Cotswold Farm Park’s on-site eatery. Serving up a 50 per cent discount on all food throughout August, the menu offers extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner options with scrumptious desserts too – the perfect fuel for a day on the farm.
A unique eatery serving up diverse global dishes, Somewhere Else in Cirencester is taking part in the new government-backed scheme. And as well as half-price food, diners can enjoy two-for-one drinks every Tuesday throughout August. Result!
Offering a taste of Cyprus in the heart of the Cotswolds, dine in at Michael’s Mediterranean in Chipping Campden for 50 per cent off delicious moussaka, shakshuka and more.
A local favourite, Malt & Anchor serves a traditional chippy menu with a contemporary twist. From battered cod to panko coated calamari, dine in this August and hook a discount of up to £10 per person.
Head to The Snooty Fox in the heart of Tetbury where diners can enjoy leisurely lunches, traditional afternoon teas and hearty dinners for less this August.
Serving up quality traditional meals, from rich seafood linguine to juicy pork and leek sausages, The Fleece in Cirencester is taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme throughout August.
From baby squid to Iberian chorizo, enjoy tasty tapas for 50 per cent less this August at Tierra and Mar, a Spanish restaurant in the heart of the Cotswolds.
The stylish Sheep on Sheep Street in Stow-on-the-Wold has signed up for the new government scheme, delivering its signature woodfired pizzas and other delicious dishes for less this August.
Popular with guests and locals alike, this charming country pub is a great pick for a spot of discounted dinner this August, serving up the finest local produce through its ever-changing seasonal menu.
A pretty 17th century inn, The Ebrington Arms in Chipping Campden serves seasonal fare alongside hearty country pub classics – all discounted by 50 per cent.
Serving clever twists on British classics, punters can dine for less at The Churchill Arms, nestled in the peaceful Cotswold village of Paxford.
Situated between Stroud and Cirencester, The Bell at Sapperton is celebrated for its gastropub cuisine, which hungry foodies can enjoy at half the price this August.
The Greedy Goose will be running the Eat Out to Help Out scheme from 6pm on Mondays and Tuesdays and from 12 noon on Wednesdays. Its new reopening menu makes it an excellent choice for a mid-week pub lunch or yummy evening meal.
With an award-winning restaurant under its 17th century roof, The Bathurst Arms in North Cerney is a fabulous choice for diners looking to eat out for less, this August.
A hit with walkers and holidaymakers as well as Shipton Moyne locals, The Cat and Custard Pot Inn is participating in the government’s new scheme to serve its hearty pub classics at half the price.
This quaint country inn and hotel just five minutes drive from Cirencester is offering up to 50 per cent off its classic, seasonal British fayre this August.
Famous for its wood fired pizza by Baz & Fred, with vegan and gluten-free options available, The Stump at Foss Cross has signed up to the Government-backed Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
This charming, family-run bakery is participating in the new government scheme, with its café and riverside garden open to diners.
An independent delight in Tetbury, customers can enjoy Café 53’s freshly-prepared breakfasts and lunches for 50 per cent less this August, all while relaxing by the tranquil Mediterranean water garden. Dreamy!
From lush light bites to homemade cakes, Campden Coffee Company is offering 50 per cent off its food during the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Tuck into one of Jacks’s signature brunch bowls for less this August, with the popular café and tearoom taking part in the government’s new scheme.
A cosy, family-run tearoom in Stow-on-the-Wold, Lucy’s Tearoom has registered to take part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme throughout August. Its sharing platters are a huge hit!
Yellow Brick Café prides itself on creating delicious food using local, seasonal produce. With daily fish specials and contemporary vegetarian options, there’s something for everyone – with dishes served at half the price throughout August.
Head to The Old Prison Café for a quirky dining experience at 50 per cent less this August. Enjoy tasty treats, brunch favourites and juicy evening burgers in a thrilling prison setting – and the discount isn’t capped at £10 per person!
Situated at Cotswold Water Park, Relish at the Gateway is offering a 50 per cent discount on all food without limiting diners to £10 per head. With stunning lakeside walks all around, it’s a great spot for a bite to eat after a day of exploring.
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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