Glasgow restaurants that have extended Eat Out to Help Out offer into September

The government Eat Out to Help Out scheme finished on Monday 31st August. The intervention by the Chancellor provided a boost for reopening restaurants with sit-in diners entitled to 50% off their meals, excluding alcohol, up to a maximum of £10 off per person.

The scheme was funded by the government as a support mechanism for the hospitality industry. It ran on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays for the full month of August. In Glasgow it had a positive effect.


Despite no more funding support available, restaurants in Glasgow have taken the decision to extend the offer into September to entice out customers earlier in the week.

The recovery will be local. Decisions that people make over the next few months will have an impact on the future shape of Glasgow hospitality. After last night’s announcement of further lockdown restrictions restaurants and cafes have seen cancellations of bookings, despite the fact the change has no impact on restaurants or bars and the recent increase of coronavirus cases has been linked to interactions in the home.

Some venues will be offering offers in September, some will not. If you have favourite food places, they are relying on your return.

Here’s some of the local places that have indicated they will be continuing deals this month. Check their website for full details before you book.

  • 13th Note
  • Amarone
  • Barca Tapas
  • Bell Jar
  • The Bungo
  • Catch
  • Celino’s
  • Cranachan Cafe
  • Cranside Kitchen
  • Darcy’s
  • Eighty Eight
  • Five March
  • Glaschu
  • Halloumi
  • Hard Rock Cafe
  • Horn Please
  • The Left Bank
  • Il Pavone
  • Kilmurry & Co
  • Mharsanta
  • NY American Grill
  • October
  • Ollie’s
  • Osteria Italiana
  • The Indian on Skirving Street
  • The Raven
  • Tuk Tuk Indian street food