Gaucho Newcastle to offer Great North Run participants a complimentary meal

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The luxury Argentine steak restaurant is helping runners to celebrate.

Argentine steak restaurant, Gaucho Newcastle are helping Great North Run participants to celebrate running the half marathon, by offering a complimentary meal to them.

The luxury restaurant, who have locations across the country in the likes of London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, and many more, opened their Newcastle doors to the public in March.

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In the past five months since opening, Gaucho Newcastle have offered the city various deals and offers, which included a free meal for NHS workers to celebrate the NHS’ 75th anniversary.

Now, Gaucho Newcastle are kindly offering a complimentary meal to those taking part in the Great North Run 2023.

The offer includes a complimentary succulent Chorizo 250g steak, with a choice of sides and sauces.

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The offer will run for four days, from Sunday, September 10 (the day the Great North Run takes place), until Thursday, September 14, redeemable at any time of the day, giving the runners plenty of time to take advantage of the opportunity.

To redeem the offer, guests can quote ‘Marathon Steak’ in the booking notes of their reservation, and must present their Great North Run medal on arrival.

Gaucho Newcastle have also announced an exclusive new drinks offer, where guests can enjoy a second cocktail on the house when they order from Gaucho’s premium cocktail menu.

This offer takes place on Thursday evenings from 5pm until 8pm. No booking is required.

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