DINE OUT CLUB
We value our guests and we are extremely grateful to everyone who chooses to spend their precious time and hard earned money with us. So we thought it would be nice to express our gratitude in very real terms - to make it easier to spare the time to escape for a while at one of our two pubs.
While the Dine Out Club booking portal is paused for now as we integrate our new till system and table booking system please keep signing up .
Its really simple - you sign up we give you up to 50% off your food bill when you book online through www.dineoutclub.co.uk
It is a loyalty program for people who enjoy relaxing and socialising over a meal and drinks. It has a bespoke portal so members can book and take advantage of the Club member only benefits we will be offering in one portal for two pubs.
Member benefits will vary from month to month and day to day and may exclude special days such as bank holidays but otherwise loyal guests will always be rewarded when they join and book through www.dineoutclub.co.uk
What people say about
The Devonshire Arms & The Bridge Inn
Crooner - Solihull
During our recent stay in the Hope Valley, we ate at the Devonshire Arms in Baslow on four out of our six evenings. We kept returning there because the food was excellent and the service exceptional. We tried the steak and ale pie, Thai curry, fish and chips and burger and chips (on separate nights!). All were excellent. Then came the best sticky toffee pudding (with butterscotch sauce and ice cream) that we’ve ever had. The bar staff in general were extremely welcoming and Alice in particular was outstanding. She remembered our drinks order following on from our first visit and was always attentive and friendly during meal service. This doesn’t generally happen in our experience and it made our evenings special.
Thanks everyone - we’ll be back next time we visit the Peaks.
"We’re thrilled to have found somewhere a bit different in the Peaks, one of our favourite places, where we can take weekend visitors or else head over midweek with the dog for a relaxed, delicious supper and try many different things at once."
"This thing of beauty, modestly and wittily named the humble cauliflower on the Peak District pub’s food menu, bursts on to your tastebuds, the spice and the yoghurt enhancing the cauliflower’s robust, intensified flavour and meaty texture, the pomegranate adding a sweet note."