Following months of being completely shut down and customers shut out, a new scheme will help pubs and restaurants be busy again.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced earlier this week a new discount scheme to encourage people to revisit hospitality businesses that have been hit during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme, will see participating businesses offering a 50% discount to customers on dine-in meals which can be used unlimited times throughout August.

Businesses will then be able to claim the money back from the government.

The maximum amount of money diners can save is £10 per head, per meal and is redeemable from Monday to Wednesday.

However, it can't just be used anywhere as pubs, restaurants and cafés need to sign up to the scheme.

Here are the one's that are already signed up according to The Mirror.

It is important to note that some of the restaurants, such as All Bar One and Browns, won't include alcohol in the discounts and it will just be taken off food and soft drinks.

You can find out everything you need to know about the scheme here.