Excited customers have flooded social media with messages of support for their favourite eateries.
Kevin Moutrie posted this message to The Peacock at Cutthorpe: “Good luck guys, hope you are really busy” while Jodie Sharp Fair posted to Barlow’s Tickled Trout: “Yay, we can’t wait to be back.”
Check out the places in Chesterfield and beyond where you can eat al fresco when the lockdown lifts.
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1. The Bulls Head, Holymoorside
The Bulls Head at Holymoorside will serve food outdoors on April 16, from 12 to 3pm and 5pm to 7pm. Food will be served outside on Saturday from midday to 3pm and 5pm to 7pm and on Sunday from midday to 4pm. Call 01246 569999 or visit www.robinsonsbrewery.com
Photo: Google streetview
2. The Olde House, Newbold, Chesterfield
The Olde House Hotel at Newbold will be serving food outdoors from April 12 and every day from midday to 8pm. The menu includes chicken or cauliflower wings, burgers, steaks, fish and chips and lasagne. Call 01246 274321 or visit www.oldehousepub.co.uk
Photo: Google Streetview
3. Twin Oaks Hotel, Palterton
Twin Oaks Hotel at Palterton will be reopening for outdoor dining on April 19 when customers can enjoy pizzas, chicken wings and crepes from Monday to Thursday, 4.30pm to 7.30pm. Call 01246 855455 or visit www.twinoakshotel.co.uk
4. The Peacock Inn, Cutthorpe
The Peacock Inn at Cutthorpe will be welcoming back customers on April 12 when outdoor diners can tuck into steak, burgers, fish, pie or salads from the menu. Call 01246 563669 or visit www.thepeacockcutthorpe.co.uk
Photo: Peacock Inn