Nine pubs and cafés signed up to Eat Out to Help Out scheme

A table set for an al fresco lunch with friends. Picture: Getty Images

A table set for an al fresco lunch with friends. Picture: Getty Images - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

People are being encouraged to dine out as a number of restaurants, cafés and pubs are participating in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme this month.

Our map shows eateries in North Somerset and Somerset taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The purple pins offer more detailed information with links to websites, opening times and contact details.

The initiative will allow people to benefit from 50 per cent off the price of their meals, up to the value of £10 a head, when dining out from Monday to Wednesday in August.

The scheme aims to boost the hospitality industry following months of lockdown, and a number of establishments have signed up in a bid to boost numbers coming through the doors

Wining and dining. Picture: Getty Images

Wining and dining. Picture: Getty Images - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Here is an example of nine cafés and pubs taking part in the scheme in your area:


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The Old Farmhouse in Trendlewood Way, Nailsea

The pub offers Sunday Carvery table service and the businesses is open six days a week.

Old Farmhouse in Trendlewood Way. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Old Farmhouse in Trendlewood Way. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

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The Bath Arms in Bath Street, Cheddar

The Bath Arms reopened in July and serves traditional pub food, including fish and chips, sandwiches and salads.

The Old Library in Lovelinch Gardens, Long Ashton

Lee Bavetta with wife Sara, Ashleigh and Jamie McAllister outside The Old Library. Picture: The Old

Lee Bavetta with wife Sara, Ashleigh and Jamie McAllister outside The Old Library. Picture: The Old Library - Credit: Archant

The establishment, which opened in June last year, offers people pizza, well-sourced coffee and a selection of wines.

The Coffee House in High Street, Weston

As well as coffee, the café serves up hot chocolate, espresso ice creams, toasties and cakes.

The Coffee House in High Street, Weston. Picture: Google Street View

The Coffee House in High Street, Weston. Picture: Google Street View - Credit: Google Street View

Ring O’ Bells in St Mary’s Grove, Nailsea

The family-friendly pub offers people home-cooked food with a selection of ales, ciders and wines.

The Corner Café in High Street, Portishead

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Harriet Crawford with the 8,000 calorie Monster Mega Challenge breakfast at The Corner Cafe, Portishead, Somerset. - Credit: Adam GraySWNS.com

The café reopened this month and now offers collection, deliveries and an eat-in service.

Coates House in High Street, Nailsea

The establishment has recently launched its new menu, which features fresh fillet of hake, eggs in purgatory and n’duja spiced scotch egg on Tabasco mayo.

Coates House in High Street, Nailsea. Picture: Google Street View

Coates House in High Street, Nailsea. Picture: Google Street View - Credit: Google Street View

Tiffin Tea House and Eatery at The Beach, Clevedon

The eatery serves takeaway fish and chips, all-day breakfast, fruit and veg, eggs and much more.

The Oakhouse Hotel in The Square, Axbridge

Tiffin Tea House in The Beach, Clevedon. Picture: Google Steet View

Tiffin Tea House in The Beach, Clevedon. Picture: Google Steet View - Credit: Google Steet View

The Oakhouse serves takeaway food every Thursday, Friday and Saturday and offers a selection of local gins.

To find out what eateries are taking part near you, log on to www.tax.service.gov.uk/eat-out-to-help-out/find-a-restaurant

Revamped playground Ring O Bells, Nailsea.

Revamped playground Ring O Bells, Nailsea. - Credit: Archant

The Bath Arms in Bath Street, Cheddar. Picture: Google Street View

The Bath Arms in Bath Street, Cheddar. Picture: Google Street View - Credit: Google Street View

The Oakhouse Hotel in Axbridge. Picture: Google

The Oakhouse Hotel in Axbridge. Picture: Google - Credit: Archant

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