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The places where you can Eat Out to Help Out in Rotherham

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A platter of Rotherham restaurants, bars, cafes and other establishments are taking part in a Government scheme to offer discounts throughout August.

The offer is a 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between August 3 and 31, as many times as you like.

You don’t need a voucher to use the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts. There is no minimum spend but alcoholic drinks and service charges are excluded.

Rotherham venues that have so far registered for the scheme include:

Aston
Aston Hall Hotel
Ricardo’s Cafe and Bistro

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Aughton
Robin Hood

Bramley
Bannatyne’s
The King Henry
McDonald’s
Morrisons Cafe
Sir Jack

Brecks
Bay Tree Bistro
Beefeater
Brecks Social Club

Brinsworth
The Centre Community Cafe
JoJo’s Cafe
Phoenix Pavillion
No.21 coffee shop & bistro
The Three Magpies

Broom
The Homestead

Canklow
KFC
McDonald’s

Catcliffe
BB’s Coffee Shop
Whitby’s

Dinnington
Aroma Coffee Shop
Dolcetti Coffee House and Bistro
Monks Bridge Farm
Paulo’s
The Royal Elephant
Whiter’s Cafe & Bistro

East Dene
Clarky’s Sandwich Shop

Eastwood
Buzz Bingo
KFC
McDonald’s
Taco Bell
Toby Carvery
Yoh! Burger

Firbeck
The Black Lion

Greasbrough
The Mill Dam

Harthill
The Beehive

Hellaby
Hellaby Hall Hotel

Herringthopre
Tabard

Kimberworth
Akbar’s
The Drawbridge
The Droppingwell
Manor Barn
Wimpy

Kimberworth Park
Kimberworth Park
Ring o Bells
Tuck In Cafe

Kiveton Park
The Station

Maltby
The Cove Coffee House
The Haynook
Queens Hotel

Manvers
Blue Bell Inn
Coffee St.
KFC
Manvers Lake Cafe
Onyx Fish Bar
Thai Garden

Moorgate
Carlton Park Hotel
Brentwood Hotel

North Anston
Little Mester
Tropical Butterfly House

Parkgate
Caffe Cristinacce
The Fitzwilliam Arms Hotel
George’s
Greetings Cafe
Jump INCflated
McDonald’s
Morrisons Cafe
Parkgate Fisheries
Starbuck’s
Story Teller
Subway
Urban Burger
W&J Bakery & Cafe

Rawmarsh
Big B’s
The Earl Grey
The Marquis

Scholes
The Bay Horse

Stag
Cuccinis

Swallownest
The Cafe at the Corner
Elmwood Farm
Starbuck’s

Swinton
The Alder Tree
Broadway Diner
Cinimon
Foodiez
The Gate Inn
The Kings Head
The Little Siam Tea Room
Potteries Tea Rooms
Ring o Bells
Spice Lounge

Templeborough
Magna
Riverside

Thorpe Hesley
The Masons Arms

Thorpe Salvin
The Parish Oven

Thurcroft
Double Barrel
The Greasy Spoon

Thrybergh
Earl of Strafford
The Lord Reresby

Todwick
Greenbean Coffee Shop & Bistro
Red Lion

Town centre
Bluecoat
Churchills Bistro
Corner Cafe
Ginge’s Snap
George Wright Boutique Hotel Bar & Restaurant
Guests Tea Room and Coffee Shop
E’Lupo’s
Hygge
Interchange Cafe
McDonald’s
Mecca Bingo
Pantry Green
Rajas
Rhinoceros
Sabirs Grill
Subway
The Plaice To Be
Zaika

Wales
Asia Palace
Aston Springs Farm
Rother Valley Golf Centre

Wath
Cafe Naaz
The Church House
G J’s Cafe
The Glasshouse

Waverley
Winter Green

Wentworth
Le Bistro
The George & Dragon
Rockingham Arms
Village Tea Room and Garden

Whiston
The Chequers Inn
The Golden Ball
The Hind
The Sitwell Arms

Wickersley
Chaudrys
The Courtyard
Masons Arms
The Olive Lounge
Gas Lamp
Seven Seas

Woodlaithes
Woodman

Woodsetts
The Butchers Arms

If you know of any venues that are taking part that can be added to the list, let us know. Some venues may not have registered yet, or have not yet re-opened for dining.

new official government online finder is available to help diners locate venues.

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said: “Our restaurants, cafes and bars play a vital role in our economy, employing more than a million people. They have been hit hard by coronavirus, so it’s vital we do everything we can to help them recover.

“Our Eat Out to Help Out scheme is designed to get more customers through the door – protecting jobs by giving businesses the confidence to retain and hire staff. More than 53,000 businesses across the country have already signed up, and from today you’ll be able to find one near you with the online finder.”

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Tom Austen
Tom grew up in Aston, Rotherham and studied Human Geography at Nottingham Trent University before developing a passion for promoting Rotherham and a nose for a good story.

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