Where to eat out for half price in Whittlesey throughout August

PUBLISHED: 16:26 03 August 2020 | UPDATED: 16:22 10 August 2020

Some of the restaurants, pubs and cafes across Whittlesey have signed up to the Government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ initiative, which starts today.

Some of the restaurants, pubs and cafes across Whittlesey have signed up to the Government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ initiative, which starts today.

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Restaurants, pubs and cafes across Whittlesey have signed up to the Government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ initiative, which starts today.

Rar Rar's Cafe in WhittleseyRar Rar's Cafe in Whittlesey

The scheme runs from August 3-31 and operates on Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday.

Participating establishments will offer a 50 per cent discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner).

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme can be utilised several times by the user.

The Straw bear pub in WhittleseyThe Straw bear pub in Whittlesey

You can check to find outlets in individual towns and cities by downloading the list.

Alternatively, you can use the online restaurant finder to search for participating outlets using a postcode.

The Dog in a Doublet in WhittleseyThe Dog in a Doublet in Whittlesey

Rar Rar’s: 4 Lovell’s Court High Causeway, PE7 1BW

The Ivy Leaf Club: Gracious Street, PE7 1AP

Mandarin: 11A-11B Market Street, PE7 1BA

The Dog in a Doublet in WhittleseyThe Dog in a Doublet in Whittlesey

The Straw Bear Pub: 103 Drybread Road, PE7 1XL

Dog in a Doublet: North Bank, PE6 0FH

Mandarin Cantonese restaurant in WhittleseyMandarin Cantonese restaurant in Whittlesey

The Ivy Leaf Club in WhittleseyThe Ivy Leaf Club in Whittlesey

The Dog in a Doublet in WhittleseyThe Dog in a Doublet in Whittlesey


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