Enjoy a great meal & save money with these special offers & deals at a selection of restaurants in Blackpool and Fylde.


July Featured Offers

Hot Ice Show and Dine White Tower Restaurant, BlackpoolBritish

Hot Ice Show and Dine Packages: Call For Availability 0871 222 1234 to book (advance bookings only). Enjoy a 2 course pre or post show dinner. £30.95 Per person Regular seating: 2 course dinner and Hot Ice Show tickets. £37.95 Per person Premium seating – 2 course dinner and Hot Ice Show tickets. Hot Ice Show VIP package – £55 per person – call 01253 336346 or 01253 336311 to check availability and to book (advance bookings only). Enjoy a superb 2 course pre-show meal in The White Tower Restaurant with a bottle of Prosecco per couple. Our Ambassadors will then take you to the Arena to enjoy this years stunning Hot Ice Show – Desire (premium seats, subject to availability). Drinks will be served at the Interval and there’s also a beautiful Hot Ice souvenir program per couple.

Afternoon Tea Walled Garden Bistro, PrestonBritish

AFTERNOON TEA AT BARTON GRANGE: At Barton Grange Hotel we take great pride in using the best local produce and our Lancashire Afternoon tea is no exception. Our afternoon tea bench includes a selection of freshly made sandwiches with seasonal fillings, a Lancashire warm savoury, fruit scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream, a selection of traditional cakes, cream fancies and indulgent chocolates, served with as much loose leaf tea and filter coffee as you like! From only £12 per person. Make it a really special event with Sparkling Afternoon Tea from £16 per person. Afternoon Tea is served between 2pm – 5pm.

Prezzo Fisso Pulcinella, Thornton-CleveleysItalian

Prezzo Fisso Fixed Price Set Menu: 2 Courses, £13.95; 3 Courses, £17.95.

Fish & Fizz Thursdays Farmers Arms, Great EcclestonPub Food

Fish, Chips and Fizz on a Thursday. A complimentary glass of Prosecco when you order fish & chips (or seafood & chips) on a Thursday.

Tapas Tuesdays Toast Cafe Bar and Grill Restaurant, St. Annes-On-SeaBritish

Tapas Tuesdays: 2 4 1 on all Tapas, San Miguel pitchers £5.95, Sangria pitchers £9.95, Spanish wine by the bottle £9.95. From 5pm.

Sunday Roast Henry's, LythamBritish

Henry's Sunday Roast: 1 course, £11.95; 2 courses, £15.95

Breakfast at Jacks Jack's Restaurant & Bar, St. Annes-On-SeaMediterranean

English breakfast including tea or coffee for £4.95. There is a breakfast that will suit everyone, ranging from breakfast platters to eggs benedict and even crumpets.

50/50 Meal Deal Guy's Eating Establishment, GarstangItalian

50/50 Meal Deal: You pay half your food bill and Guy's pay the rest. Available Monday to Friday from 5.30pm-7pm when you spend over £12.50 per person (excludes Bank Holiday and Special Events).

Eat as much as you like Chu's Oriental Cuisine, LythamChinese

Eat as much as you want buffet for £14.80

Early Dinner Olive Tree Brasserie, St. Annes-On-SeaGreek

Early Diner Menu: 2 courses, £11.50; 3 courses, £13.50. Available 12-7pm on Sunday to Thursday; 12-6.45pm Friday & Saturday. The Olive Tree has also launched a new Gluten-Free Menu.

Table D'Hote Lunch Ye Horns Inn, PrestonBritish

Table D'Hote Lunch: 2 courses, £13.95; 3 courses, £18.90 (available 12pm-2pm, Tuesday to Saturday).

Blackpool and Fylde competition

Win an overnight stay, breakfast and dinner for two at the historic Grade II-listed village inn, The Assheton Arms, set in the beautiful Lancashire village of Downham across the valley from the enchanting Pendle Hill.


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Book a Local Hotel Room

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Matthew Mason

Matthew Mason is Head Chef of The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare, near Exeter -- one of Devon’s most exciting pub/restaurants. No stranger to awards, Matthew is a former South West Chef of the Year and ex-Gidleigh Park apprentice. During the past 17 years, he has helped transform the Jack from a rundown roadside pub into a beacon of superb cooking synonymous with exemplary levels of service. Matthew has teamed up with Sugarvine to answer your cookery questions.

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I have noticed a lot of chefs cooking their meat on greaseproof paper in the pan. Why? - Andrew

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Italio takes its inspiration from over 30 years of Italian dining, living and culture with roots lying deep in the Sicilian region of Palermo and a long history of family run Italian restaurants. The restaurant aims to provide a true modern Italian d ...more

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Latest Restaurant Review:Treasure City Chinese Restaurant, Thornton-Cleveleys

"My favourite Chinese restaurant Would be difficult to beat Excellent good and service and the prices are affordable I travel an hour to this place and it's worth it."
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Your guide to upcoming events at restaurants, pubs & venues in the area.

    • Friday 3rd July to Thursday 10th December  |  Pulcinella

    Live Entertainment Paul Dobie: 3rd July Ian Hooper: 24th July Paul Dobie: 6th November Flip Band: 10th December ...more

    • Saturday 1st to Monday 31st August

    Love Food Love Preston ‘Love Food, Love Preston’ will return in August for the fourth year running, thanks to Preston Business Improvement District (BID), with restaurants and eateries embracing the month-long campaign with their own unique offers. Throughout the month, ...more

    • Tuesday 4th to Wednesday 5th August

    Picnic Cinema Picnic Cinema at Lytham Hall featuring Grease and Moulin Rouge. Grease: Tuesday 4th August. Moulin Rouge: Wednesday 5th August. Tickets: Adult £16.50, Add camping for £11 (all inclusive of booking fee). Children only £10.00 (camp ...more

    • Saturday 15th August  |  Farmers Arms

    High Tide Tea with Live Music 3.30pm, £15 per person, £18.50 per person including Prosecco. Click here to view menu. ...more

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Latest news for diners in the Blackpool and Fylde area.

    • Bangkok Thai now open

    Bangkok Thai, Lytham has opened

    • Lytham St Annes Restaurant Closure

    Cucina Pazzo, St. Annes-On-Sea has been reported as no longer operating. A notice on the door points towards a permanent closure.

    • £2.5 million upgrade for Lancashire hotel

    The Dalmeny in St Annes, Lancashire, has unveiled its £2.5million refurbishment programme as it aims to develop a ‘one stop’ resort hotel for guests ahead of its 70th anniversary next year. Over the next 12 months, 80 of the family hotel’s 125 bedrooms will be given a facelift while a new ...more

    • Lytham pub gets facelift

    The infamous Taps public house in Lytham has had a sympathetic modernisation. A new beer garden and extra rooms where the toilets where, they will now as serve more food from a daily specials board. ...more

    • National Restaurant Awards 2015

    Restaurant Magazines National Restaurant Awards 2015 Barrafina in Adelaide Street - a tiny tapas bar in London opened last year was awarded the best restaurant of the year in the National Restaurant Awards. The venue is the second Barrafina venue in the capital, with a third expected to open later ...more

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