Underused Rangers asset signs up to unique government scheme
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Rangers fans invited to use government scheme with underused club asset

The Argyle House restaurant at Ibrox is taking part in the government Eat Out to Help Out scheme with the restaurant at Rangers’ home stadium inviting fans to take up their offer.

The restaurant took to Twitter to remind supporters that they were adopting the scheme which sees the government foot half the bill at a restaurant up to the value of £10.

Whilst the scheme excludes your drinks bill, it’s a great chance to visit this underused Rangers asset which offers fans the chance to have lunch or dinner overlooking the famous Ibrox pitch.

The government Eat Out to Help Out Scheme is only available between Monday and Wednesday for the month of August and fans are being encouraged to take full advantage.

On these days the restaurant will be open between 12 and 7:30pm and you can look for availability by on the restaurant’s Open Table page HERE.

“Situated in Argyle House at Ibrox Stadium, we are a favourite destination for celebrations and special occasions!” reads the Argyle House description on Open Table.

“The restaurant offers a delicious, seasonal menu inspired from our award-winning matchday hospitality.

“Executive boxes can be booked that overlook the famous pitch to make your visit extra special!”

the Argyle House restaurant is situated at Ibrox Stadium and will be taking part in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme. (Photo by Willie Vass/Pool via Getty Images)

The Argyle House restaurant is located at 150 Edmiston Drive and you can read more about the eatery on the club’s official website HERE.

You can be sure you’ll be in for a fine dining experience with the Argyle House ranked in the top 100 restaurants in the UK by Open Table.

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