Eat Out to Help Out - Participating Pubs
Fuller's is participating in the Government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme running throughout August, allowing you to claim a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks from Monday to Wednesday each week. We have been working hard to reopen our pubs throughout July and get them ready to welcome you back, and we hope to see you throughout August too!
The pubs below are open and taking part in the scheme from Monday 3 August until Monday 31 August. Find a pub, visit their website and book ahead today. We are ready, waiting and excited to see you.
The Andover Arms, Hammersmith
One of Hammersmith's hidden gems, this delightful traditional pub is a great find. Tucked away in Brackenbury Village, the pub fosters a wonderfully relaxing and family friendly atmosphere.
The Angel & Crown, Richmond
Set just off Richmond High Street, The Angel & Crown is a delightfully characterful pub offering fine ales, excellent home-cooked food and an atmospheric arena to watch big matches.
The Anglers, Teddington
This delightful, family friendly pub in Teddington serves up great fare from a stunning riverside location. Summer barbecues and pizza, chef specials and an exceptional drinks list.
The Barley Mow, Epsom
The Barley Mow is extremely popular with the locals. We offer great traditional food, superb real ales and a spacious, secluded beer garden that offers a front row seat for the great British summer!
The Barrowboy & Banker, London Bridge
With its high ceilings, large windows and an impressive sweeping staircase, the Barrowboy & Banker pub in London Bridge offers a grand welcome.
The Bat & Ball, Hambledon
At the heart of the delightful Hampshire village of Clanfield, The Bat and Ball is famous locally for its cricketing history, fabulous food, fine cask ales and warm, friendly welcome.
The Bear & Ragged Staff, Romsey
The Bear and Ragged Staff is a 16th century pub nestled in the heart of the Test Valley, serving excellent home cooked and localy sourced food and a great range of beers, ales and wines.
The Bear Inn, Oxford
The Bear is the oldest pub(1242) in Oxford and a hidden gem,tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the High Street. Students, locals and tourists drop in to enjoy a great pint and home-cooked food.