The Government led scheme Eat Out to Help Out kicks off today and runs until the end of August.
If you dine out on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday this month you can save up to half the price of your meal – subject to some terms and conditions. You must eat at the venue. The discount is not available on alcoholic drinks and does not apply to the service charge on the meal. It is also capped at £10 a person – so if you splash out on £50 worth of food with your partner you will only get £20 knocked off your bill.
With that in mind it's a great way that you can support our local eateries in the area who would be delighted to see you.
There is a comprehensive list of those taking part on the Government website however here's a few of our local favourites.
Bradshaw's Farm Shop & Cafe in Burntwood
Pom's Kitchen & Deli in Bird Street Lichfield
Ruby Chinese Restaurant in Upper St John Street
Pizza by Goli in Tamworth Street
McKenzie's in the City Conduit Street
The Barn at Swinfen at Heart of the Country Shopping Village.
Let's #supportlichfieldbusinesses and Eat Out to Help Out in August.
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