Bristol venues offering discounts on food and drink in September

Bristol venues offering discounts on food and drink in September

Posted on: 07 Sep 2020

Find out which Bristol restaurants are extending the 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme in September. 

 

Throughout August, the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme ran to help stimulate the country's hospitality industry, which has been hit hard by the pandemic. 

 

The initiative enabled those dining in at participating venues the chance to enjoy a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks up to the value of £10 per person.

 

The scheme was available every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout August.

 

It was a success: during the first two weeks of the scheme, more than 35 million discounted meals were claimed by businesses.

 

Given the popularity of the scheme, some Bristol venues have decided to either extend the scheme, modify it or offer their own special discounts in September.

 

So, here's a rundown of local venues doing just that. And if we're missing something, do let us know: we're updating this list daily. 

Continue Eating Out to Help Out this September in Bristol

Who is extending the 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme in Bristol?

 

The King Street Brew House

 

The King Street Brew House has decided to extend the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to September and October.

 

So, stop by the King Street pub to enjoy 50% off pizza (up to the value of £10 per person) Monday to Wednesday.


Dhamaka 


Vibrant city centre Indian eatery Dhamaka is extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme throughout September.

 

Visit to enjoy a bargain £10 Thali dish, from Monday to Wednesday.  


Beerd 

 

Bristol craft beer and pizza bar Beerd is also extending the scheme in September. 


The same deal applies: from Monday to Wednesday, enjoy 50% off your meal up to £10 per guest. The deal excludes alcohol. 
 

Zerodegrees 

 

Microbrewery and pizza place Zerodegrees is extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme until the end of September with the same terms as the government scheme. 

 

Occupying a prime location on the corner of Colston Street and Park Row, Zerodegrees is home to a stunning terrace overlooking the city rooftops. 

 

The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer

 

From Monday 7 September, King Street’s The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer is extending the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.

 

Enjoy 50% off food and soft drinks up to the value of £10 per head at the pub when you dine in Monday to Wednesday throughout September.

 

The pub serves sharing sandwiches, pizza, burger sliders, sharing platters and sweet treats from 16:00, Monday to Wednesday. 


The Phoenix  

 

Located right behind Cabot Circus, The Phoenix is an independently-owned, dog-friendly pub with a large beer garden. 

 

The venue will continue the Eat Out to Help Out scheme every Monday until further notice. 


So, you'll be able to grab 50% off food and soft drinks at The Phoenix up to the value of £10 per guest every Monday until further notice. 

 

Quay Street Diner

 

Californian diner Quay Street Diner is extending the scheme throughout September.

 

Grab 50% off food on a set menu, Monday to Wednesday. 

 

Sergio’s
 

Sergio's is a cosy BYOB Italian restaurant on Frogmore Street.

 

The restaurant is offering 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to a maximum of £10 per guest, Monday to Wednesday.


Seven Lucky Gods 

 

Seven Lucky Gods at Wapping Wharf is a Japanese inspired bar and restaurant, serving up sushi and Asian inspired small food.

 

The Wapping Wharf CARGO will be extending the scheme throughout September, with 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to £10 per person, from Monday to Wednesday.

 

Thali

 

To go alongside its brand-new website, Thali in Easton has extended the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to September.

 

Get up to £10 per person off yummy Indian street food and non-alcoholic from Monday to Wednesday. Book if you’d like to visit for dinner.

 

The Mint Room

 

Discover fine Indian dining at The Mint Room in Clifton.

 

Throughout September, enjoy 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to £10 per person, Monday to Thursday.

 

All Stars Sports Bar

 

One of Bristol’s largest sports bars is extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme throughout September.

 

Get half-price food and soft drinks (up to the value of £10 per person) at All Stars Sports Bar, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 

 

The Ox 

 
At The Ox, enjoy top-notch steak in a basement bank vault, in the heart of the city centre.

 

The restaurant will be extending the scheme throughout September, with 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to £10 per person, from Monday to Wednesday.

 

Harbour & Browns 

 

Inside Harbour & Browns at Wapping Wharf’s CARGO, find small plates, brunch and cocktails.

 

Throughout September, get 50% off on food and soft drinks (up to £10 per person), on Tuesday and Wednesdays.

 

Bocabar

 

At Bocabar, enjoy 50% off pizzas up to the value of £10 per person on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during September.

 

Bocabar has two sites in Bristol: Paintworks and Finzel’s Reach, and this deal will be available at each. 


The Pipal Tree

 

At The Pipal Tree, discover Punjabi eats with a British accent.

 

Throughout September, enjoy 50% off food and soft drinks up to the value of £10 per guest every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.

 

Mention the offer when you visit.

 

The Mana House

 

Located on Whiteladies Road, The Mana House is a place to enjoy “all that geek culture has to offer.”

 

It’s a gaming café and bar, serving up small plates, sandwiches, burgers, pizza and more.

 

Throughout September, The Mana House is also extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, with the same terms as the government's August scheme. 

 

The Coconut Tree

 

Sri-Lankan street food restaurant The Coconut Tree, which has branches on Gloucester Road and The Triangle, is also extending the scheme.

 

In September, get 50% off everything (minus booze) at The Coconut Tree, Monday to Wednesday.  

 

Then, in October, enjoy the same deal at The Coconut Tree at lunchtimes only. 

 

The Brewhouse & Kitchen

 

The Brewhouse & Kitchen on Cotham Hill is a microbrewery and chain pub, serving over 50 craft beers and traditional grub.

 

On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout September, you can enjoy 25% off food at the pub.

 

But this time there’s no £10 cap - it’s a straight 25% off. 

 

The Square

 

The Square Club in Clifton is continuing the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in September, Monday to Wednesday.


Get 50% off all food and soft drinks up to £10 per person. 

 

Bambalan

 

Located inside Colston Tower, Bambalan is a North African and Mediterranean café, bar and nightspot with a terrace boasting views of central Bristol.

 

The restaurant will be extending the scheme throughout September, with 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to £10 per person, from Monday to Wednesday. 

 

The Lido 

 

In September, The Lido in Clifton will offer a 50% discount up to the maximum of £10 per person off your food bill when eating a minimum of two courses from the à la carte menu.

 

The deal is available Monday to Wednesday throughout September.

 

The Strawberry Thief

 

On Broad Street, you’ll find The Strawberry Thief; an award-winning, specialist bar serving craft and Belgian beers, and small plates. 


The bar is extending the Eat Out To Help Out scheme with 50% off food (up to £10 per person) from Monday to Wednesday for the whole of September.

 

No.4 Clifton

 

Get 50% off (up to £10 per person) on food and soft drinks from Monday to Wednesday throughout September at No.4 Clifton Village.  

 

The award-winning restaurant is home to a seasonal à la carte menu prepared with locally sourced ingredients.  


Taco Station

 

Mexican street food pop-up Taco Station is extending the Eat Out to Help Out deal with the same terms as the government scheme throughout September.

 

Taco Station has two locations in Bristol: one inside The Full Moon & Attic Bar, and one inside the Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery on Park Street. 

 

Bristol venues with discounts on food and drink in September

 

The Gallimaufry

 

The Gallimaufry on Gloucester Road is offering 30% off food Tuesday to Friday throughout September.

 

Crofters Summer Garden

 

The Crofters Rights’ pop-up beer garden, Crofters Summer Garden, is discounting pizza and soft drinks by 25% throughout September.  

 

This deal is available Monday to Wednesday.

 

The Lanes

 

Boutique bowling alley, bar and live music space, The Lanes, is also discounting pizza and soft drinks by 25% throughout September.  

 

This deal is available Monday to Wednesday. 

 

Bertha’s Pizza

 

Neapolitan style pizza purveyors Bertha’s Pizza is slashing the price of pizza for early diners this month.

 

Throughout September, all pizzas at Bertha’s cost £6.30 between 17:00 and 18:30 when you eat in. 

 

North Street Standard 



Get 50% off Mac and Cheese every Tuesday and Wednesday throughout September at The North Street Standard

 

Otira 

 

Otira on Chandos Road is extending its alfresco tapas pop-up, Chandos Social Outside, to mid-September.

 

To celebrate, the pop-up has introduced a ‘We Pay 1/4’ deal.

 

From Monday to Thursday throughout September, Chandos Social Outside will pay 25% of your bill up to the value of £5 per guest.

 

The set tapas menu for two usually costs £40, but with this deal, you’ll get it for £30. That’s £15 per head.

 

Don Giovannis

 

Italian and Sicilian restaurant Don Giovannis is offering a 25% discount up to the value of £5 per guest throughout September.

 

The deal is available all day on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

 

The restaurant is ideally located, just across the road from Temple Meads station. 

 

Main image: The Lido (left), Bambalan


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Article by:

Kate Hutchison

 


Kate Hutchison, Content Editor of 365Bristol.com

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