The government’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme launches on Monday 3 August, giving you the chance to get 50% off if you dine in participating restaurants. If you eat out on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, each diner in your party has the chance to save up to £10 off food and non-alcoholic drinks – and there’s no limit to the amount of times you can take advantage of this offer. It’s a great way to help local restaurants get back on their feet after lockdown, and we’ve rounded up the best Manchester restaurants where you can ‘Eat Out to Help Out’, including Crazy Pedro’s, Sugo Pasta Kitchen and more…

Crazy Pedro's

Manchester’s wildest pizza place, Crazy Pedro’s, have £1.50 slices and £8 pizzas on offer thanks to the scheme. With topping combinations so outrageous that you won’t believe they work (try the Chippy Tea, with sausage, chips and mushy peas) there’s nowhere better for a slice if you’re in the Northern Quarter or around Bridge Street.

Crazy Pedro's, 55-57 Bridge Street, Manchester M3 3BQ || Crazy Pedro's, 1 Short Street, Manchester M4 1AA

Indian street food meets craft beer at Bundobust, one of the best places in Manchester to get some vegan and vegetarian fast eats. Bundobust is already famous for its excellent value, so with the Eat Out to Help Out savings, it’s hard to imagine a better value meal in the city centre. Alcoholic drinks aren’t covered, but with all those savings, why not treat yourself to one of Bundobust’s extensive selection of craft beers while you’re there?

Bundobust, 61 Piccadilly, Manchester M1 2AG
Sugo Pasta Kitchen

Sugo Pasta Kitchen is one of Manchester’s best-loved Italian restaurants – we can’t get enough of their beautiful pasta dishes, and they have restaurants located in both Altrincham and Ancoats. Their limited menu gives you less choice but much higher quality, and if it’s usually a little out of your price range, the scheme makes this a great affordable spot for a special occasion.

Sugo, 46 Blossom Street, Ancoats, Manchester M4 6BF || Sugo, 22 Shaw's Road, Altrincham, Cheshire WA14 1QU
V-Rev Vegan Diner

Everything at V-Rev Vegan Diner is, unsurprisingly, totally vegan – but you’d never guess it from their menu. Offering Seitan fried chicken burgers and nuggets, ‘bacon’ mac and cheese (vegan cheese, of course!) and Seitan wings, this is a great spot for some amazing plant-based fast food.

V-Rev, 20-26 Edge Street, Manchester M4 1HN
The Ivy Spinningfields

If you’re looking for somewhere a little more indulgent, The Ivy Spinningfields could be exactly the place to go. With multiple dining options at their stunning Deansgate location – including the ground-floor Brasserie, their second-floor late night bar and restaurant Ivy Asia, and their beautiful Roof Garden – you’ll be spoiled for choice. Plus the savings you’ll make thanks to their participation in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme makes this this perfect time to try one of Manchester’s more luxurious dining experiences.

The Ivy Spinningfields, The Pavilion, Byrom Street, Manchester M3 3HG
Thu 30 Jul
Amy Callaghan
Published on:
Thu 30 Jul 2020