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More and more of your favourite Bristol restaurants, pubs and cafes are now reopening safely. With extra precautions in place, they’re ready to welcome you back and many are making the most of the government’s new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

For diners, this initiative means discounts on great food all while helping local businesses get back on their feet. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3 to 31 August, you’ll be able to save up to 50% on your bill (capped at £10 per person, per meal). If you’re ready for a day off from homemade dinners, check out this small selection of places in the centre of Bristol that are taking part in the scheme, from romantic date night spots to cafes for that much needed catch up with friends. 

Yakinori

Yakinori on Park Street is part of a family-run chain that’s famed for its exciting Japanese food. Dig into their much-loved poké bowls, traditional noodle dishes, sushi, bento boxes, fusion dishes and lots more. Open from 11am-9pm every day, plan a visit to the colourful and vibrant restaurant on Park Street for lunch or dinner.

Plate of sushi from Yakinori

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Steak of the Art

We’ve not only missed delicious food (cooked by someone else!) from restaurants, but the atmosphere too. Perfect for date night, Steak of the Art is renowned for its unique artistic atmosphere, with dinner served among an ever-changing gallery of original art. Savour quality West Country steaks, burgers, seafood and more in their eclectic setting, with all ingredients responsibly sourced. Pay them a visit anytime between 12-9pm Monday to Wednesday to claim your discount. 

Steak, sides and wine from Steak of the Art

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Dhamaka

Dhamaka is an Indian street food restaurant, with dishes that originate from all different corners of the country. As well as introducing more in-depth cleaning procedures since reopening, the team has been working hard on extra treats to tempt you back for a curry night, including the ‘Sunak Thali’. Introduced in honour of the Chancellor’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, visit them on Clare Street on Monday and Wednesday from 5-10:45pm to enjoy a feast of dishes and flavours for only £10, after a 50% discount.

Sunak Thali at Dhamaka restaurant Bristol

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The Stable

There’s nothing more refreshing than a cider on the Harbourside on a summer’s day and at The Stable you can pair your pint with a freshly made pizza. Organic sourdough bases come with toppings ranging from the classic margherita to more adventurous combinations like sriracha chicken and honey roasted onions. If you can’t decide on a cider to complement your pizza, we recommend their tasting board - it’s a flight of five ⅓ pints selected by the restaurant’s cider masters. Book a table for you and your fellow cider lovers between 12-9pm. 

Pizza from The Stable in Bristol

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itsu 

For quick and healthy Asian-inspired food, head for itsu. Their menu is made up of sushi, salads, soups, rice bowls and snacks such as gyoza. Based in Broadmead right by Cabot Circus and open from 11am-10pm, it’s an ideal meeting spot in the Bristol Shopping Quarter, whether for a quick lunch during the day or for one of their beautifully presented evening dishes.

Flat lay of two itsu dishes

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Boswells Café 

Get your hands on freshly prepared food and drinks, as well as a friendly welcome at Boswells Café in The Galleries. Start your day with one of their hearty breakfasts or take a break from shopping for a light lunch and sweet treats. Feel reassured during your visit by the enhanced cleaning and safety procedures they’re taking, including NHS Track and Trace registration on their website. Stop in between 9am-6pm for your Eat Out to Help Out discount. 

Two coffees from Boswells Cafe

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Yakinori is an independent, family owned Japanese restaurant serving Noodles, Sushi, Ramen, Katsu Curry, Bento, Grilled Dishes & Sake in a fun and vibrant setting!

Steak of the Art
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Steak of the Art is an exciting art venue and steak restaurant that has opened in Bristol’s Harbourside serving West Country sourced steaks alongside an art gallery that showcases and sells quality affordable art.