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All the independents continuing the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

By lowie trevena, Monday Sep 7, 2020

The Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which offered diners 50 per cent off food and soft drinks up to the value of £10 officially ended on August 31.

But many of Bristol’s independent bars, restaurants and cafes will continue to run their own versions of the scheme throughout September 2020.

The offer is valid on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, unless stated otherwise.

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Bambalan, BS1 4XE
Bandook Kitchen, BS1 6ZA (Until September 10)
Bocabar, BS1 6JQ (Tuesdays & Wednesdays only)
Harbour & Browns, BS1 6ZA (Tuesdays & Wednesdays only)
King Street Brew House, BS1 4RR (Continued until end of October)

The King Street Brew House is carrying on the offer until the end of October. Photo: Martin Booth

The Ox, BS1 1HT
Quay Street Diner, BS1 2JL
Sergio’s, BS1 5NA
Seven Lucky Gods, BS1 4RW
Steak of the Art, BS1 5LW
The Strawberry Thief, BS1 2HG (Doesn’t include soft drinks, Tuesdays & Wednesdays only)
Taco Station at the Full Moon and Attic Bar, BS1 3PR
Taco Station at the Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery, BS8 5PJ
Zerodegrees, BS1 5BA

Pizza Bianchis, BS2 8QN

Bocabar, BS4 3EH

Thali Easton, BS5 6JH

The Coconut Tree’s two Bristol restaurants are continuing the scheme throughout September. Photo: Ellie Pipe

The Coconut Tree, BS6 5QP
Replay, BS6 5RB (Tuesdays & Wednesdays only)
The Vincent Kitchen, BS6 6US (Wednesdays & Thursdays only)

Bar Humbug, BS8 2NT
The Coconut Tree, BS8 1JT
The Mint Room, BS8 1AF
No. 4 Clifton Village, BS8 4HY
The Lido, BS8 2BJ
The Square Club, BS8 1HB

Main photo: Martin Booth

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