Here's the pubs, restaurants and cafés within a five mile radius of Newark and Southwell on the government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme
More than 60 of the district's pubs, restaurants and cafés are taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
The government scheme, which is available to diners every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between August 3 and August 31, offers a 50% discount on your food and non-alcoholic drinks up to a total value of £10 per person if you eat or drink in.
There is no limit on how many times you can use the scheme, and you do not need a voucher or a ticket.
You can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts and there is no minimum spend.
Alcoholic drinks and service charges are excluded from the offer.
Newark MP Robert Jenrick, who is the secretary of state for communities, said: “We have so many great pubs, restaurants and cafes in our area, it’s important that we support them this summer.
"The Eat Out to Help Out scheme will be available at dozens of popular eateries. You can check them out online.
"I know they have worked hard to ensure they apply social distancing guidelines and are as safe as possible.
"If we want them to survive and prosper, now is the time to go and help them.”
Places taking part in the scheme are as follows:
- Teapots and teacups tearoom, Newark
- PJ's American Diner, Newark
- The Old Bakery tea rooms and restaurant, Newark
- Bentleys Fish Restaurant, Newark
- Balmforth & Co, Newark
- New King Wah Restaurant, Newark
- Castle Cuisine, Newark
- Strays Coffee, Newark
- BeanBlock, Newark
- Starbucks, Newark
- Beaumond Cross Inn, Newark
- The Prince Rupert, Newark
- Koinonia Restaurant, Newark
- The Ram, Newark
- Little Cherry Deli, Newark
- Subway, Newark
- Bingo Clubs, Newark
- The Everest Inn, Newark
- The Old Lock House, Newark
- Oscar's Inn, Newark
- The Ranch Cafe, Newark
- Carriages Cafe, Newark
- The Navigation, Newark
- The Coffee Chain, Newark
- The Turquoise Teapot, Newark
- KFC, Newark
- Jennys Cafe, Balderton
- McDonald's, Newark
- The Fox Inn, Kelham
- Frank Hardy and Sons, Farndon
- The Riverside, Farndon
- Farndon Ferry
- The Lord Nelson, Winthorpe
- The Coddington Plough
- The Muskham Ferry
- Ashiana, North Muksham
- The Dapper Spaniel, Rolleston
- The Bromley Arms
- The Five Bells Inn, Claypole
- Saracen's Head Hotel, Southwell
- The Admiral Rodney, Southwell
- Gossips Coffee House, Southwell
- The Khyber Pass, Southwell
- Southwell Garden Centre
- Reg Taylor's Garden Centre, Southwell
- The Courtyard, Norwood Park Golf Club
- The Full Moon Inn, Morton
- The Old Reindeer, Edingley
- Red Lion, Thurgarton
- The Bromley Arms, Fiskerton
- Topiary Tearoom, Southwell
- Hollybeck Nurseries, Southwell
- Woodberry Teahouse Cafe, Farnsfield
- The Lion at Farnsfield
- The Coffee Shop, Farnsfield
Other pubs, restaurants and cafés may be part of the scheme.
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