#LoveDarlo Restaurant Week Returns

Food lovers are in for a tasty treat as Darlington’s #LoveDarlo Restaurant Week returns in November.

Diners can enjoy two courses for £10 or less and the chance of other discounts at a wide range of town centre restaurants and eateries across the week, which runs from Monday until Sunday November 4-10.

More than fourteen venues have signed up so far and the list is expected to grow as the date gets closer.

Last year around thirty restaurants and cafes took part across the week which saw thousands of people enjoy wonderful food at a fraction of the normal price.

Discount diners can chose from Italian, Indian, pub food, café selections and much more without forking out a fortune.

Venues old and new to the town have signed up and are looking forward to welcoming diners. Amongst those taking part so far are: Maxine’s Allegria, Tre Amici, Picco, Voodoo, Sol Tapas, Al Forno, Fit Fresh, Oven, Santorini, Uno Momento, The Pennyweight, Hole in the Wall, The Old Yard Tapas Bar and Viraj.

Alongside special dining offers, a series of food themed competitions will tempt online food fans to take part through the #LoveDarlo Facebook page.

Councillor, Alan Marshall Darlington Council’s cabinet member for Economy and Regeneration, said: “I am delighted that this popular week is returning to the town and thank all the businesses who have come on board.

“Darlington has loads to offer and its range of restaurants, bars and cafes is amazing for a town of its size.

“The #LoveDarlo Restaurant Week gives the town the chance to showcase what’s on offer and tempt diners in for a tasty treat or two across the week without breaking the bank.”

Details of #LoveDarlo Restaurant Week can be found at www.enjoydarlington.co.uk/restaurantweek

Local restaurants who would like to take part can also visit the page.

Town centre news, events and offers are also featured on the #LoveDarlo Facebook page.

  • Pictured above: Katie Greenwood, DBC town centre events and partnership officer, Cllr Alan Marshall DBC cabinet member for Economy and Regeneration local chefs Curtis Parkinson and Stacey Myers.