Coupons available for York Restaurant Week – what you need to know
DINNERS are a treat as York venues offer a feast of tasty deals starting at just £ 5 for a week.
York Restaurant Week vouchers are now available for download, with a plethora of different offers to choose from at nearly 50 different restaurants – and dishes on offer from all over the world.
York Restaurant Week runs from Monday October 11 through Sunday October 17 and is organized by the York Business Improvement District (York BID) to encourage people to eat out during a quieter time of year for hospitality businesses.
As part of this popular event, restaurants, cafes, pubs, bars, hotels and street vendors in York city center will once again offer a variety of menus for £ 5, £ 10, £ 15 or £ 20.
Participants include Supersonic Café, Orchid Vegan Restaurant, Charlies Pizzeria, Judges Lodgings and Ambiente Tapas.
Specials include traditional fish and chips, burgers, Italian charcuterie platters, coffee and cakes, three-course menus of Anglo-French dishes, and authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
To see all participating locations, in alphabetical order, visit https://yorkrestaurantweek.co.uk/restaurants-az/
BID Commercial Director Chris Bush said: “We are truly delighted that despite the current pressure on hospitality due to staffing issues, we are still able to continue Restaurant Week, and the enthusiastic response that we have received from previous participants proves the benefit they derive from their participation.
“We are also grateful to York City Council for providing additional restrictions grant funding to support this event. ”
All offers are online now, including details of all participating locations and fixed price menus. There is no limit to the number of offers people can access, and vouchers are free to download.
We had a peak of offers. With too much to mention, here’s a taste of what to expect:
Family-owned Drake’s Fishersies in Low Petergate offers any main course, side, and glass of sparkling wine / wine / pint for £ 15 among their offerings.
The Whippett Inn, North Street, has two courses for £ 15, while Fancy Hanks serves a £ 5 Mac ‘n’ Cheese (vegan option available), a £ 10 Cheeseburger and a Thirsty Hank’s Lager or two cocktails for £ 10 .
The Dark Horse Espresso Bar at Shambles Market has a plethora of offerings, including coffee and cake for £ 5, or add a toast to the mix for £ 10.
The Judges Lodgings have deals of £ 10 and £ 15, while Lucia’s restaurant, Swinegate Court, has a main course for lunch for £ 10.
Coto Kitchen, Swinegate, which offers authentic Vietnamese cuisine, with vegetarian and vegan options and a variety of gluten-free options, offers two courses for £ 15.
If afternoon tea is more to your liking, why not try the Middletons Hotel in Cromwell Road, York (£ 15 for one or £ 20 with champagne)?
The Chopping Block, the Anglo-French restaurant above the Walmgate Ale House, run by chef and owner Michael Hjort, offers a three-course menu for £ 20.
The Larder Club offers a TLC tray with two glasses of Prosecco for £ 15. Whether it’s a board of cold meats and cheeses, authentic Italian sandwiches, a specialty coffee or a glass of wine, there will likely be something for everyone. The Larder Club is a social enterprise supporting the rehabilitation of women offenders working closely with HMP Askham Grange, funding internships, employment opportunities and barista skills that help build a new future.
Customers are advised to book in advance and check for restrictions that may apply to certain offers.
To take advantage of the offers, visit www.yorkrestaurantweek.co.uk