Which St Albans restaurants, cafés and pubs are taking part in Eat Out discount scheme?

PUBLISHED: 14:02 28 July 2020 | UPDATED: 09:28 04 August 2020

Some restaurants, cafés and pubs in St Albans will be taking part in the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme. Picture: Danny Loo

Some restaurants, cafés and pubs in St Albans will be taking part in the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme. Picture: Danny Loo

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The list of restaurants and cafés in and around St Albans that have signed up for the Eat Out to Help Out discount scheme – which starts today – has been released.

The Eat Out To Help Out scheme was announced by the government last month. and will allow customers to get 50 per cent off food and non-alchoholic drinks, up to a value of £10 per person when eating or drinking in an establishment.

The list of participating restaurants, cafés and pubs in our area has been released and are listed as follows:

• The Waffle House, St. Michaels Street

• The Six Bells, St. Michaels Street

• The Portland Arms, Portland Street

• The Lower Red Lion, Fishpool Street

• George Street Canteen, The Secret Garden Café, George Street

• Sushimania, The Colonnade, Verulam Road

• Loft St Albans, George Street

• Must Wine Bar, George Street

• The Snug Bar, French Row

• Lussmanns St Albans, Waxhouse Gate, High Street

• Cross Street Café, Cross Street

• Abigail’s Tearooms, Village Arcade, High Street

• Bellaccino’s, French Row

• Alloro, High Street

• The Boot, Market Place

• Per Tutti, Holywell Hill

• Hatch St Albans, Holywell Hill

• Little Marrakech, Market Place

• Crêpeaffaire, Market Place,

• Tabure, Spencer Street

• Waddington Road Coffee and Kitchen, Waddington Road

• The Bishop’s Cave, Holywell Hill

• The Gin Cave, Holywell Hill

• Infuse Modern Indian Bistro, Waddington Road

• St Albans Museum+Gallery Café, St Peter’s Street

• Smallford Farm Shop, Hatfield Road

• Chilli Bar n Restaurant, London Road

• Saute Restaurant, Adelaide Street

• Craft & Cleaver, Catherine Street

• Street Café, Catherine Street

• Bar Meze, Adelaide Street

• The Cock Inn, St Peter’s Street

• The White Hart Tap, Keyfield

You may also want to watch:

• The Beech House, St Peter’s Street

• La Cosa Nostra, Lattimore Road

• The Beehive, Keyfield Terrace

• Mulberrys Café, London Road

• St Villa, Marlborough Road

• Vheer Dhara One, Hatfield Road

• The Courtyard Café, Hatfield Road

• Yiayias Kitchen, London Road

• The Victoria, Victoria Street

• Prime Steak & Grill, London Road

• Devdas Bar & Restaurant, St Peter’s Street

• Jolly Sailor, Stonecross

• Great Northern, London Road

• New Gulshan Tandoori, Victoria Street

• Smoky Boys, Vesta Avenue,

• Bar Espresso, Victoria Street

• Chilli Raj, Stanhope Road

• Locanda Bagutta, George Street

• The Crown, Hatfield Road

• Peri Peri Original, Hatfield Road

• The Oasis, Hatfield Road

• Zaffran One, Hatfield Road

• Davvero, The Quadrant

• Mad Squirrel Tap, Heritage Close, High Street

• Thai Square, George Street

• The Peahen, London Road

• Bill’s, Chequer Street

• John Bunyan Pub, Coleman Green

• Willows Activity Farm, Coursers Road

• The Hollybush, Potters Crouch

• Sopwell House, Cottonmill Lane

• Grill Chicken Shop, Hatfield Road

• Belvedere Restaurant, Lemsford Road

This list may be subject to change as more restaurants are added.

The scheme only applies on Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between August, 3 and August 31.

You won’t need to present a voucher to use the scheme, and it can be used in conjunction with other offers and discounts.

Big chains, including Starbucks, Morrisons, Wetherspoon, Pizza Hut and Caffè Nero – alongside McMullen, Fullers and Greene King pubs – have also signed up to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

You can check individual websites for details on participating stores.


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