Eat Out to Help Out in Hartlepool: 13 cafes, pubs and restaurants taking part in the 50% discount scheme

In August you’ll be able to take a bite out of discount dining, whilst helping to kick start the economy – and these are some of the Hartlepool cafes, pubs and restaurants taking part.

Thursday, 30th July 2020, 11:05 am
Cafes, pubs and restaurants are taking part in the scheme

The Government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme runs from August 3 – 31, 2020, and means that you’ll get 50% off your food and non-alcoholic drinks up to a total value of £10 per person when you eat or drink out in participating bars and restaurants every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday within the time period.

You can take part as many times as you like and you don’t need a voucher. You can take advantage of the scheme in conjunction with other offers and discounts and there’s no minimum spend. Remember that alcoholic drinks and service charges are excluded from the offer.

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Enjoy discounted food in stylish surroundings at Black Olive.
Thai Village is one of the many Navigation Point restaurants taking part in the Government scheme.
Enjoy a proper Full English breakfast, fresh coffee and more at Lock Gates.
The offer will run on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Portofino, as they're closed on Mondays, and is for dine in only.
You're guaranteed a warm welcome and a good cuppa at this coffee bar.
Cafes as well as restaurants are taking part in the scheme.
Expect freshly-prepared Asian food with a twist at Big Bamboo.
This firm favourite pub has signed up to the scheme.
Get your tastebuds tingling with Caribbean food from Kilimandjaro. Make sure to try the Rastashot, a tropical take on the parmo.
Make sure to book ahead to enjoy some top tapas at Casa Del Mar.
Enjoy classic Italian food at Matteo's
Sambuca already offers bargain food - now it's even cheaper.
Rosie's was a miss in lockdown, but regulars have headed back.