Which Stevenage restaurants, cafés and pubs are taking part in Eat Out discount scheme?
PUBLISHED: 15:01 03 August 2020 | UPDATED: 16:00 10 August 2020
The list of restaurants, pubs and cafés in and around Stevenage that have signed up for the Eat Out to Help Out discount has been updated as the scheme launches today.
The new scheme, which launches today, was announced by the government last month.
Eat Out to Help Out will allow customers to get 50 per cent off food and non-alchoholic drinks, up to a value of £10 per person when eating or drinking in an establishment.
Now, the list of participating restaurants, cafés and pubs in our area has been released and are listed as follows:
• Subway, High Street, The Forum, Town Square.
• Lavish Bar and Grill, High Street.
• Angelique Restaurant, High Street.
• Old Town Restaurant, High Street.
• Misya Meze and Grill, High Street.
• Tarla, Middle Row.
• El Bar de Tapas, Middle Row.
• The Marquis of Granby, North Road.
• The Cromwell Hotel, High Street.
• Rump & Wade, High Street.
• Sala Thong Stevenage, High Street.
• The Fisherman, Fishers Green.
• Mad Hatter Cafe, Queensway.
• Cafe Bella Vista, Queensway.
• Bar&Beyond, Kings Way Leisure Park.
• JJ’s Plaice, Market Place.
• Grill Hut Peri Peri, The Hyde.
You may also want to watch:
• Mr Mulligan’s, Kings Way Leisure Park.
• 360 Play, Six Hills Way.
• Stevenage Garden Centre, North Road.
• Daisy’s Kitchen, The Oval.
• Gangnam Restaurant, The Glebe.
• Partyman World, Roaring Meg Retail Park.
• Creams Cafe, Roaring Meg Retail Park.
• The Farmhouse at Redcoats, Little Wymondley.
• Cafe de Pierre, Roaring Meg Retail Park.
• Waggon and Horses, Graveley.
• Bucks Head Pub, Little Wymondley.
• The Roebuck Inn, London Road.
• Odyssey, Old Knebworth Lane.
• The Lytton Arms, Park Lane.
• The Green Man, Arch Road.
• The Station Pub, Station Approach.
• Raja Tandoori, London Road.
This list may be subject to change as more restaurants are added.
The scheme only applies on Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between August, 3 and August 31.
You won’t need to present a voucher to use the scheme, and it can be used in conjunction with other offers and discounts.
Big chains, including Starbucks, Premier Inn, Morrisons, Wetherspoon, Pizza Hut and Caffe Nero – alongside McMullen, Fullers and Greene King pubs – have also signed up to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
You can check their individual websites for details on participating stores.
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