Goodbye and Hello to Eat Out to Help Out

Goodbye and Hello to Eat Out to Help Out

Running throughout September, both Montagu Arms and Careys Manor are continuing their own Eat Out to Help Out offer, following the success of the government-backed scheme that ran through August.

Steve Woodrow, Regional Manager, says: "With travel abroad limited for many, the appetite to eat out and explore the local area is in high demand, more so than ever before. After three months of closure, the hospitality industry is still not out of the woods so it was great to see local residents supporting us throughout August.

"As hotels, we generally create dining options for our residents and it’s been a welcome opportunity to open up our doors and introduce our restaurants not only to the local community, but to those who have chosen to travel from surrounding counties. We hope by extending this offer that we can welcome more guests into our restaurants to try the locally sourced produce along with the produce that we grow in our kitchen gardens."

They are not alone. Until 9th September (so best be quick) the Upham Group is offering 50% off main meals (T&Cs apply) from Monday to Wednesday. Simply book your table in advance. This offer is available across all their inns which include The Hawk Inn at Amport, The Peat Spade Inn at Longstock, The Running Horse at Littleton, The Mill at Gordleton in the New Forest, The Navigator at Lower Swanwick, The Thomas Lord at West Meon, The Wheelwright's Arms in Havant, The White Horse at South Harting and The White Horse at Overton.

Another is The Four Horsehoes at Nursling, between Romsey and Southampton, who will be continuing their own “Eat Out to Help Out” offer throughout September (50% off - up to £10 per person - Monday to Wednesday on selected menu items). Reservations are recommended.

Look out for more offers at your local restaurants and cafes and remember to 'stay loyal stay local'.