Eat Out to Help Out Launches Zip Code Checker to Find Restaurants With Meal Offerings


An Eat Out to Help Out zip code checker has been launched by the government to help you find participating places.

The new scheme allows diners to get 50% off meals and non-alcoholic drinks, up to £ 10 per head, in restaurants, cafes and pubs throughout August.


Eat Out to Help Out program announced by Chancellor Rishi SunakCredit: Rishi Sunak Twitter

Eat Out to Help Out will launch this Monday August 3 and will last until August 31, with the discount applying on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

But companies don’t have to join the new program.

If you’re wondering if your favorite channel has Eat Out to Help Out, the government has launched a postcode checker to see what’s available in your area.

The Eat Out to Help Out restaurant search engine is available on the website.

New Eat Out to Help Out Restaurant Checker looks like this

Eat out to help: Which restaurants, cafes and pubs are involved?

The following restaurants, cafes and pubs have already confirmed that they will participate in Eat Out to Help Out.

However, it’s not just the big brands that have signed up.

Thousands of local pubs and independent restaurant chains will also be offering the program – so be sure to check out the Restaurant Finder to see what’s available near you.

Other establishments could register in the coming days before the launch of the program on August 3.

For now, the following major food brands have confirmed their Eat Out to Help Out offer. Check out the full list here.

  • Ask italian
  • Benugo
  • Invoices
  • Brewdog
  • Burger King
  • Byron
  • Black coffee
  • Cornish bakery
  • Costa Coffee
  • Crussh
  • Côte Brasserie
  • Five guys
  • Franco Manca
  • Frankie and Benny
  • Down
  • Donate Kebab to everyone
  • Calm laughing
  • Gourmet burger cuisine
  • Greene King
  • Hard Rock Café
  • Combine
  • Honest Burgers
  • Itsu
  • Joe and the juice
  • KFC
  • Léon
  • McDonalds
  • Nando’s
  • Oakman Auberges
  • Patisserie Valerie
  • Pizza Express
  • Pizza Hut
  • Ready to eat
  • price
  • Starbucks
  • Stonegate Ads
  • Vendredis TGI
  • The Athenian
  • Real greek
  • Three Cheers Advertising Company
  • Toby Carvery
  • Tortilla
  • Turtle Bay
  • Wagamama
  • Wasabi
  • Wetherspoons
  • YO Sushi
  • Young’s
  • Zizzi

To find locations near you that offer the discount, simply enter your zip code and the webpage will bring up nearby businesses.

As of July 26, more than 53,000 establishments have registered for Eat Out to Help Out.

Big brands that have already said they will offer the discount include Wetherspoon, Nando’s and Costa.

When The Sun used the online checker today using a London postcode, we found over 100 participating restaurants, cafes and pubs in the area.

We have a list of other channels participating in the deal in the box above.

In addition, you can also use a new app to see which Eat Out to Help Out restaurants, pubs and cafes are near you.

This is separate from the government postal code checker.

A new Eat Out to Help Out app was also launched today - it's separate from the government postcode checker3
A new Eat Out to Help Out app was also launched today – it’s separate from the government postcode checker

In some cases, restaurants offer Eat Out to Help Out in addition to lower prices through reduced VAT.

VAT has been reduced from 20 percent to just 5 percent for businesses in the tourism and hospitality sectors.

This means that customers could benefit from both the VAT reduction and Eating Out to Help – but again, not all establishments will cut prices after the VAT reduction.

For example, you can get a quarter of Peri Peri chicken at Nando’s for £ 1.85 in August after the South African chicken chain decided to pass its VAT cut on to its customers.

Meanwhile, Costa Coffee will serve hot drinks from 32 pence next month if you use a reusable mug.

Eat Out to Help Out was announced on July 8 by Chancellor Rishi Sunak as part of his mini-budget.

We have gathered all participating pubs and restaurant chains.

Plus, here are the Eat Out to Help Out posters to look for in restaurants to get 50% off.

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