After a long stint out of action due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Brewery Quarter is back in business with venues slowly and safely reopening their doors.

Ensuring that they’re keeping customers safe, The Brewery Quarter have put in place several hand sanitising stations throughout the scheme and in each venue, as well as social distancing markers.

The Botanist, Brewery Quarter

Customers enjoying a bite to eat at The Botanist since reopening. All images Mikal Ludlow Photography.

Marketing Manager for The Brewery Quarter, Demelsa Coleman, said: “We’re so pleased to welcome back our customers to The Brewery Quarter. We’re taking all the appropriate steps to ensure our customers are kept safe during their time in our venues. With so much outdoor space for people to dine al fresco, it makes it that much easier for our customers to feel reassured that they can dine with us safely.”

SoHo coffee shop in The Brewery Quarter

To encourage customers back into venues, Brewhouse and Kitchen, The Botanist, Cosy Club, Creams Café, SOHO Coffee Co and Son of Steak will all be taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out Government Scheme throughout August, offering eat-in diners 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to a total value of £10 per person every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

** For a full list of 50+ restaurants, bars and cafes taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in Cheltenham click here - Eat Out to Help Out in Cheltenham ** 

Couple enjoying a burger and pint from The Brewhouse & Kitchen

Venues such as The Botanist and Brewhouse and Kitchen are accommodating more guests by expanding their outside areas, to ensure social distancing measures are followed, reassuring peace of mind amongst their diners.

Nando’s has already passed on the governmental tax savings, meaning customers can save 15% off their food when they order for collection or delivery, via their app or Deliveroo.

Customers can also get discount on NCP parking when pre-booking their space through a link on The Brewery Quarter’s website. Not only will customers get a guaranteed parking space for their visit, they’ll also receive a 25% discount using contactless payment saving both time and money. This offer will be available to customers throughout the summer holidays and into the autumn months.

Kids dining at The Brewery Quarter

Kids enjoying treats at Creams icecream bar!

For further updates on venues reopening over the next few weeks, customers can head over to The Brewery Quarter website or follow The Brewery Quarter on the social media handles below:

FACEBOOK – TheBreweryChelt

INSTAGRAM – @thebreweryquarter

TWITTER - @TheBreweryChelt


There are 50+ restaurants, bars and coffee shops taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme this August in Cheltenham. For full details see our helpful guide - Eat Out to Help Out in Cheltenham.

Related

The Brewery Quarter
Food & Drink
The Brewery Quarter

The Brewery Quarter prides itself on being a 'one-stop shop where you can shop-dine-stay and play!' It was Cheltenham’s first proper brewery when it was founded in 1760 by local maltster and baker, Thomas Gardner. Gardner’s Brewery flourished and expanded and in 1888 was registered as Cheltenham Original Brewery Ltd.

0 Comments

Comments

Nobody has commented on this post yet, why not send us your thoughts and be the first?

Leave a Reply