Every Sheffield pub and restaurant extending the Eat Out to Help Out discount into October

Eat Out to Help Out proved such a hit in August that many Sheffield pubs and restaurants extended it at their own cost during September.

Tuesday, 29th September 2020, 11:29 am

As the month draws to a close, some have announced they are keeping it going throughout October so customers can continue to enjoy discounted dining on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

The Government-funded scheme gave diners 50 per cent off the cost of food and soft drink up to £10 a head on those days, and some venues are maintaining the same discount while others offer different savings.

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

Eat Out to Help Out proved such a hit that some pubs and restaurants are continuing to offer discounts during October

Silversmiths Restaurant on Arundel Street in the city centre has announced it is offering diners up to £10 off per person every Wednesday and Thursday.

The Red Lion pub on Penistone Road in Grenoside is extending the original offer throughout October as a ‘thank you to everyone who has supported us since opening’, but it said booking was ‘highly recommended’.

The Norfolk Arms in Chapeltown is doing likewise, with 50 per cent off food available Monday to Wednesday, and booking again ‘highly advisable’.

True North Brew Co, which runs 12 pubs across Sheffield, is running its own version of the scheme, with 33 per cent off food available between Monday and Wednesday, and on Thursdays too at some venues.

The following venues will offer the discount on Monday-Wednesday: Forum Kitchen + Bar, Common Room, Riverside Kelham, The York, The Broadfield, The Waggon & Horses, The Crown & Anchor, The British Oak, and The Punch Bowl.

These venues will offer the discount on Wednesdays and Thursdays: The Old House, The Blue Stoops, and The Milton Arms.

Revolution Sheffield on Fitzwilliam Street in the city centre is offering an unlimited 50 per cent off all food and soft drinks every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during October.

Eat Out to Help Out was announced by the chancellor Rishi Sunak to give businesses which had been forced to close during the coronavirus lockdown a much-needed kickstart after reopening.

It proved hugely popular, with more than 100 million discounted meals – including 574,000 across Sheffield – being claimed during August.

If your venue is extending the discount scheme and has not been included in this list, please email [email protected]