As a token of appreciation for all the support it has received over the past 12 months, B Town BBQ will double any Dine and Discover vouchers used at the restaurant until the end of June.
The 'double your value' promotion at B Town BBQ will only be valid from Monday to Thursday, for dine-in full priced items only and not on alcohol and specials.
The Dine and Discover vouchers are normally valued at $25, however, B Town BBQ will double it to $100, with Oxford Hotel owner Ash Lyons explaining that a customer can get $50 off their food bill.
"We want people to be aware what's out there for them because many don't know about the money or they've forgotten. It has to be used by June 30 and you can access them through the app or get a physical copy from the RMS," he said.
"There's $2.5 million in potential usable cash in the region and that's great because who doesn't love free food. It's also a double whammy because it's helping out local businesses."
Mr Lyons said he wanted to match the price of the Dine and Discover vouchers in thanks to the "bold" move from the NSW Government to support local businesses.
"The government has taken a massive proactive step to support small businesses," he said.
"We wanted to get behind this and double the experience, to get people back here for maybe a second time.
"It was a bold move from the government to support us but I wanted to match it."
The 'double your value' additional offer is not available for any other offer and will not be valid on public holidays.
Oxford Hotel manager Daniel Dibley said B Town BBQ, which is located upstairs at the pub on the corner William and Piper streets, said the restaurant was overwhelmed with support during the coronavirus pandemic.
"During COVID, we had great support with takeaway," he said.
"One Saturday night we did 90 deliveries and had 60 pickups. We had been doing that before, but it really took off during COVID.
"The reception for the 'double your value' deal has been pretty good. We're encouraging locals to come out and enjoy dinner and it might attract people from other regions too.
"We just wanted to give back to the community, to get people out and back in restaurants."
For customers looking to dine-in at B Town BBQ, bookings are essential, which can be done over the Facebook page @btownbbq, its website at btownbbq.com.au or by phoning 6331 5500.
For terms and conditions on the 'double your value' deal, visit the Facebook page.
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