Eat Out Edinburgh returns for month of March


Eat Out Edinburgh has announced that it is returning in March, and, after the success of last year’s 2 week campaign, this year it will run throughout the month lasting 4 weeks.

The campaign is aimed at encouraging diners to take advantage of set menu deals and special offers from venues throughout the capital’s Business Improvement District (BID). Run by Essential Edinburgh, over 40 restaurants, cafés, and bars from Princes Street to George Street, to Charlotte Square and St James Quarter are  expected to take part.

Emily Campbell Johnston, Senior Manager of Marketing & Communications, Essential Edinburgh, said, “2023’s Eat Out Edinburgh event was a huge success, with a fantastic turn out filling tables throughout the city centre so well that we saw a great opportunity to make this year even bigger, and create a month-long celebration of the city’s growing food & drink scene.

“With some of Edinburgh’s most exciting new restaurants opening in the BID, we anticipate an even wider range of venues taking part this year, with menus and offers to suit any occasion – giving locals, city centre workers and visitors from further afield a reason to get out, have fun and support the industry.”

Interested businesses within the BID are encouraged to sign up for the 2024 campaign as soon as possible, whether they participated in 2023 or would like to be a part of the 2024 campaign for the first time.


Category: News, Restaurant
Tags: Business Improvement District, Eat Out Edinburgh, Emily Campbell Johnston, Essential Edinburgh