Salisbury Business Improvement District

Enjoy 50% off in Salisbury restaurants with Eat Out to Help Out scheme

3rd August 2020

Salisbury city centre has an abundance of wonderful places to eat and drink, and from today (Monday 3rd August) you can enjoy them and get 50% off throughout August with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

Through the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, customers can enjoy a saving of up to £10 per person at participating restaurants on food and non-alcoholic drinks to eat in, all day every Monday - Wednesday in August.

Whether it’s for a catch-up over a coffee, a spot of lunch, or celebratory dinner; Salisbury BID is urging local people to keep it local and make the most of the scheme in the city’s restaurants, pubs and cafes.

Salisbury BID has put together a list of the places in the city centre who are taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. See the list here.

Salisbury city centre has an abundance of welcoming places to eat and drink; from coffee and brunch in the tranquil Market Square, and lunch in a beer garden with breath-taking views of the Cathedral, to a delightful dinner in one of the city's ethnic restaurants. There's plenty to whet your appetite and you won't be disappointed.

The government has launched the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to incentivise customers to eat out in local restaurants and cafes throughout August, in a bid to help hospitality businesses recover from the coronavirus lockdown.

The 50% offer, up to £10 off per person, can be used as many times as you like, as long as it's a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in August. No voucher is required, and participating restaurants will automatically apply the discount. Booking a table in advance is recommended to avoid any disappointment.

Robin McGowan, Chief Executive of Salisbury BID, said: "The hospitality sector has been massively impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown, but the Eat Out to Help Out scheme will really help our restaurants and cafes start their recovery journey.


"We have a brilliant selection of places to eat and drink in the city centre and we really hope the local people of Salisbury will use the scheme as an opportunity to come out and support our restaurants, cafes and pubs. Local people need to stay local, spend local and enjoy local - our city will then be able to recover and thrive once again."