Venues back Eat Out to Help Out scheme
From today, Monday, August 3, many Salisbury restaurants offer 50% off for August through the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Customers can save up to £10 per person at participating restaurants on food and non-alcoholic drinks to eat in, all day every Monday to Wednesday in August.
Salisbury BID wants local people to keep it local and make the most of the scheme in the city’s restaurants, pubs and cafes. Salisbury city centre’s places to eat and drink include coffee and brunch in the Market Place, lunch in a beer garden with views of the cathedral, dinner in one of the city’s ethnic restaurants.
The 50% offer can be used often, on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays throughout August. No vouchers are needed and restaurants taking part automatically apply the discount. Booking a table in advance is recommended.
Robin McGowan, Salisbury BID Chief Executive, said: “The Eat Out to Help Out scheme will help our restaurants and cafes start to recover.
“We have a brilliant selection of places to eat and drink in the city centre and we hope Salisbury people will use the scheme to come out and support our restaurants, cafes and pubs. Local residents need to stay local, spend local and enjoy local and our city can recover and thrive once again.”