Posted: 13.07.20 at 15:06 by The Editor
Peninsula pubs and restaurants are today being urged to register for the government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme scheme, which will allow customers to feast for half price.
A number of pubs that open from Monday to Wednesday can use the scheme to offer a discount to diners and encourage them to eat at their establishment
The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, designed to encourage people to spend more and help the economy will run all day, August 3 to 31, and offer a 50% discount, up to a maximum of £10 per person, to diners for food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in.
The pubs and restaurants can then claim the money back from the government but alcohol and service charges are excluded from the offer.
There is no limit to the number of times customers can use the offer during the period of the scheme. Your customers cannot get a discount for someone who is not eating or drinking.
Publicans and restaurant owners can register if their establishment sells food for immediate consumption on the premises, provides its own dining area or shares a dining area with another establishment for eat-in meals
was registered as a food business with Babergh on or before July 7.
However, they cannot register if they only offer takeaway food or drink
catering services for private functions or a hotel that provides room service only, dining services (such as packaged dinner cruises or mobile food vans or trailers, such as Pier Snacks.
If your application is based on dishonest or inaccurate information, your registration will be revoked.
Full details of how pubs and restaurants canregister for Eat out to Help out scheme. here.
Nub News will provide full list of which pub or restaurant on the peninsula will be taking part, many can be found in our Local List directory here....