14 restaurants you need to visit before Eat Out To Help out ends

The Eat Out To Help Out scheme continues this week meaning diners can enjoy half price food at many restaurants across Liverpool.

The government scheme, which was launched to help the hospitality industry get back on its feet after the coronavirus lockdown, has proved hugely popular across the country.

People can enjoy 50% off food and soft drinks, up to £10 per person, at pubs, cafes and restaurants that have signed up to initiative.

The discount is available Monday to Wednesday throughout August, meaning there’s only a few opportunities left to enjoy the discount.

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In Liverpool, the deal has certainly encouraged people to eat out, with busy scenes spotted on Castle Street, Bold Street and in Liverpool ONE earlier this month, when we enjoyed warm weather.

This week, we asked people in our Liverpool Food and Drink Facebook group and on our What's On Facebook page to tell us where they have enjoyed the deal. Here’s where they recommended and you can let us know which places you've enjoyed in our new comments section here.

“Free state kitchen. Amazing burgers and hot wings.”

Paul Anthony Leatherbarrow

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“Purple Olive Bar & Lounge in Hunts Cross… was fantastic!!”

Mark C Kirkwood


Alise Sleaford

“Bistro Noir on Lark Lane”

Ali Peters

“East River”

Becca Cleghorn

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“Brown's Liverpool One lovely food and service. Also the Sir Thomas Hotel restaurant has a new menu I've tried nearly everything, amazing food & service too”.

Mac Rich

“Honest Burger on Bold Street. Unreal!!!!!”

Beckie Nielson

“Ranchos steakhouse South Road"

Clare Jones

“Yard and koop, bills and Sapporo tapenyaki. I'll be honest though McDonalds have been the strictest with social distancing and hygiene.”

Donna Doo

“Crust pizza”

Clare Beaumont