There are almost 100 places you can Eat Out to Help Out in Whitby and surrounding villages

93 cafes and restaurants in the Whitby area have signed up to the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

Monday, 17th August 2020, 10:33 am

The scheme gives customers a 50% discount at participating outlets, up to a maximum of £10 per person, on food and non-alcoholic drinks on any Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in August.

The scheme only covers those dining out and does not give a discount on take away meals.

No voucher is required and you can take advantage of the offer as many times as you like during the month.

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme begins on August 3

Our list was compiled, from government information, on the morning of Monday August 10 - additional establishments may have been added to the government list afterwards.

You can find a full list of participating restaurants within five miles of any given postcode by clicking here.

Whitby Eateries taking part in the scheme

Abbey Wharf

Fish and Chips at The Magpie Cafe

Albert's Eatery

Alexander's Fish Restaurant

Arch and Abbey

Arnies

Blackberry Eton Mess at White Horse and Griffin

Cosa Nostra

Costa Coffee

Duke of York

Endeavour Cafe

Eat Out to Help Out

Hadley's Fish Restaurant

Harry's Lounge Bar & Brasserie

Hetty & Betty

Java Cafe

Lainey's

Marie Antoinette's Patisserie

Met Cafe Bar & Ballroom

Mister Chips

Mister Chips by the Beach

Monks Haven

Moon and Sixpence

Moutreys Restaurant

Mr Cooper's Coffee House

Papas Fish and Chips

Pier Inn

Quayside Restaurant

Royal Fisheries

Rusty Shears

Sander's Yard Bistro

Seacliffe Hotel

Terry's

The Angel Hotel

The Blitz

The Cornish Bakery

The Fisherman's Second Wife

The Four Season's

The Granby Hotel

The Magpie Cafe

The Marine Hotel

The Orlop Restaurant

The Penny Hedge

The Resolution

The Stables at Crossbutts

The Walrus of Whitby

The Whitby Way

The Willow Branch

Tiffin Cafe

Trenchers

Victoria Farm Garden Centre

W Hamond Tea Rooms

Whistlestop Cafe

White Horse & Griffin

YHA Whitby

The Surrounding Area

Arncliffe Arms - Glaisdale

Cliffemount Hotel - Runswick Bay

Dotty's Tearoom - Staithes

Dunsley Hall Hotel - Dunsley

Estbek House - Sandsend

Falling Foss Tea Garden - Sneaton

Fox and Hounds - Goldsborough

Grosvenor Hotel - Robin Hood's Bay

Horseshoe Hotel - Egton Bridge

Jolly Sailors - Moorsholm

Maid Marion's Fisheries - Robin Hood's Bay

Park Life Cafe, Moors Centre - Danby

Postgate Inn - Egton Bridge

River Gardens Cafe - Briggswath

Shepherd's Hall Tea Rooms - Lealholm

Steam Cafe - Grosmont

The Bay Hotel - Robin Hood's Bay

The Board Inn - Lealholm

The Captain Cook Inn - Staithes

The Cod and Lobster - Staithes

The Cove - Robin Hood's Bay

The Downe Arms - Castleton

The Ellerby Country Inn - Ellerby

The Forge - Aislaby

The Fox and Hounds - Ainthorpe

The Fylingdales Inn - Fylingthorpe

The Hare and Hounds - Hawsker

The Hart Inn, Sandsend

The Inn on the Moor Hotel - Goathland

The Lion Inn - Blakey Ridge

The Mallyan Coffee Shop - Goathland

The Mallyan Spout Hotel - Goathland

The Old Chapel Tearooms - Castleton

The Plough - Sleights

The Royal George - Staithes

The Station Tavern - Grosmont

The Wheatsheaf Inn - Egton

The Windmill Inn - Stainsacre

The Witching Post Inn - Egton

Top End Cafe - Staithes

YHA - Boggle Hole

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