Three teenagers have turned their lockdown fortunes around having lost their jobs before launching a wood-fired pizza business.
A restaurant group says it will put its own Eat Out to Help Out-style offers in place after an “unbelievable month”.
An enterprising couple who began a drive-through doughnut business at the height of lockdown say their surprising success belongs to the “power of social media”.
For many restaurants, the Eat Out to Help Out scheme has been a blessing. But some of those in already busy tourist areas have struggled to cope with overwhelming demand. Kaeti Newport, at The Smokehouse in Ormesby, has spoken about her experience.
Restaurants and cafés in Norfolk and Waveney say they will continue to offer discounts when the Eat Out to Help Out scheme comes to a close as they fight to keep customers dining out.
As the government’s Eat Out to Help Out rescue package for the hospitality industry comes to a close, restaurant owners have described feeling “overwhelmed” by the public’s support.
Two pubs have pulled together to launch a new beer, marking the hopeful end of a tough time for the hospitality industry.
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