"Eat Out Edinburgh" and support city businesses
Essential Edinburgh, the capital’s dedicated Business Improvement District (BID), has signed up over 25 venues for the ‘Eat Out Edinburgh’ campaign, which is aiming to increase footfall and bookings within the city’s Business Improvement District from 14th to 27th March, as part of the Covid recovery process. Even more venues and offers are expected to be added to the Eat Out Edinburgh campaign website over the coming days at www.EatOutEdinburgh.com
The collection of ‘Eat Out Edinburgh’ campaign venues are all located between George Street, Princes Street, Rose Street, St James Quarter and the Johnnie Walker Experience at the West End, including some of the city’s best-loved restaurants, bars and hotels.
Each of the venues will be promoting special tasting menus, set menus, events and exclusive offers. From business breakfasts to leisurely lunches and evening gatherings over dinner and cocktails, the Eat Out Edinburgh campaign has been designed to bring friends, family and colleagues together whilst helping to support the city’s vibrant hospitality sector.
Carina Contini, owner of Edinburgh’s Contini George Street; as well as The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant and Cannonball Restaurant & Bar, said:
“We’ve been serving the people of Edinburgh, the Lothians and beyond for over 16 years at Contini George Street, so we’re really excited to be part of the Eat Out Edinburgh campaign, offering our famous Contini welcome to all our loyal, local customers once again and seeing all those familiar faces.
“From day one, we’ve served fresh, seasonal and authentic Italian food. And as third generation Italian Scots, we still buy from some of the producers our grandparents worked with. We also stay true to our Italian Scots roots and maintain tradition and authenticity in our menus and service to attract custom and tourism to Edinburgh. Our food is perfect for sharing in a fun, informal and very special family restaurant.”