Did someone say curfew? These city centre favourites are going on strong and continuing Dishy Rishi's popular scheme. We're talking socially-distanced date nights, budget brunches and everything in between. What are you waiting for? Support the hospitality industry, patronise your favourite hangouts and discover a new spot with our extensive list of the best Manchester restaurants participating in Eat Out to Help Out.
Elnecot: Book your table at Elnecot as the Ancoats restaurant extends the Eat Out to Help Out scheme every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in October.
Almost Famous: From steak butties and burritos to the infamous bacon fries, it's time to get your junk food on with a burger, fries and large drink for £12.50 between Monday and Friday.
Trof: Pair your breakfast and brunch with coffee and cocktails at Trof in the Northern Quarter.
Cottonopolis: You'll have to book a table in advance to take advantage of the Katsu Don menu at Cottonopolis.
Franco Manca: This city centre restaurant is continuing the discounts with £5 pizza from Monday to Wednesday this October.
The Pen & Pencil: Monday discounts? Expect American bites, craft beers, cocktails and New York City vibes at this all-day kitchen.
Manahatta: Gather your housemates and head to Deansgate on Mondays and Tuesdays to take advantage of 50% off, while Drink Out To Help Out sees 2-4-1 on cocktails, wine beer and cider on Wednesdays and Thursdays in October.
BrewDog: EOTHO might be over here, but you can still get 2-4-1 on veggie and vegan mains every Monday, with tonnes of craft beer to wash it all down.
The Oast House: With 25% off, there's no limit on the number of times you can visit for roast dinners, massive pies and fancy kebabs.
20 Stories: Head to this sky-high spot and taste your way through two courses for £18.50 or three for £23.50 from Monday to Friday.
Victors: From Hale to Alderley Edge, it's all about half price brunch, afternoon tea and roasts in gorgeous, floral settings.
Banyan: Combine happy hour sips with an international food menu on Mondays and Tuesdays at this stylish bar and restaurant.
The Alchemist: While EOTHO has ended here, you can bag a breakfast dish and 3 brunch cocktails for £25 per person on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.
Don Giovanni: This Oxford Road eatery is promising 50% reductions on its menu of fancy Italian classics from Monday to Friday this month.
El Gato Negro: Cured meats? Tapas favourites? Rooftop views? You'll be treated to all that and more with a lunch offer of 3 dishes for £15, Tuesday to Friday from 12pm to 3pm.
Gino D'acampo My Restaurant: The celebrity chef's Manchester outpost is extending Eat Out to Help Out until October 28th.
Piccolino: Tuck into Italian favourites at cut prices through October.
The Restaurant Bar & Grill: Along with Piccolino and Gino D'acampo's namesake, the Individual Restaurants staple is offering discounts this month.
Revolution: The Oxford Road bar reopens this October, offering 50% off from Monday to Wednesday with no £10 Cap and 2-4-1 cocktails all day.
Thaikhun: Thaikhun's Manchester restaurant is providing £5 off authentic Thai dishes and drinks in a setting inspired by Bangkok.
TNQ Restaurant: You can now taste head chef Ant Fielden's new autumn menu at half the price until 16th October.
San Carlo: Manchester's most Instagrammable restaurant? You'll want to take your camera to this pocket-friendly pick up until 28th October.
The Spinn: This Stockport restaurant is giving you 50% off food every Tuesday and Wednesday this month.
Firefly: Head to Spinningfields for half price off sushi, smalls and curfew cocktails.
Erst: Get 4 plates for £25 every Tuesday at this Ancoats restaurant.
Sugo: Sugo's 'curfew special' sees two courses and a house drink for £20 on Thursdays.
For more post-lockdown inspo? Take a look at our guide to the restaurants and bars in Manchester that are now taking bookings.