The British public has been queuing outside restaurants and cafes since the beginning of this week due to the introduction of the Eat Out To Help Out initiative. The government has released the scheme in an attempt to revitalise the hospitality industry.
Eat Out To Help Out is an initiative launched by the government to offer people a discount eating in at restaurants rather than having a takeaway. The discount is given at a rate of 50% for meals up to £10 per person. For example, someone who receives a restaurant bill of £30 will end up spending £20 due to the maximum £10 reduction. A further example would be someone who has a £10 bill would end up spending £5 as they would remain within the discount cap limit.
The scheme commenced on the 3rd of August and will finish at the end of the month. Restaurants and cafes can only use this promotion from Monday to Wednesday at any time of day.
The Wagamama sanitiser stations and the Prezzo Sanitiser Stations all have custom branding on each unit with multiple dispensers provided to each location.
To conclude, we hope that the Eat Out To Help Out Scheme will influence people to visit restaurants and cafes more over the next few weeks as long as it's safe to do so. In turn, this will help businesses recover finances lost due to the virus and help society return to some sort of normality.