A MICHELIN-starred restaurant in Kenilworth is among those signed up to be part of government’s Eat Out To Help Out campaign.
The scheme has launched in a bid to get people to venture out of their homes and support the hospitality industry.
Diners at registered venues will get discounted meals and Michelin-starred The Cross at Kenilworth is among those to sign up.
Others include south Warwickshire-based El Greco, Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Crowne Plaza, The Baraset Barn and Coombe Abbey Hotel in Coventry.
Chief executive of Shakespeare’s England Helen Peters said now is the time for people to support for local businesses.
She said: “The past three months have proven to be a devastating time for the hospitality and tourism sectors, which is why the Eat Out To Help Out scheme is incredibly important.
“I know that members have been working hard to get their Covid-19 measures in place and get back to business – many have signed up to the We’re Good to Go accreditation mark to further instil confidence in diners, so they are very much going the extra mile.
“The campaign comes to an end on August 31 so I would urge everyone to get out there and support business and use it as an opportunity to try somewhere that you haven’t been before in Coventry and Warwickshire.”
Visit www.gov.uk/guidance/get-a-discount-with-the-eat-out-to-help-out-scheme for a full list of establishments taking part.