A NORTHWICH pub is helping customers fight off the recession by offering some mouth-watering prices.
The Penny Black on Witton Street is cutting the cost of some of its most popular drinks, and is offering five different meals for a knockdown £2.99 from this week.
Manager Roger Cazaly said: “People enjoy going to the pub but the economic downturn means that they now have to be more careful with their money.
“I believe that my new food and drink prices will allow people to visit the pub without it costing them too much.
“Unlike most sales that start in January, the pub’s offers will not be ending within days and will run indefinitely.”
The Penny Black, part of the Wetherspoon chain, will now offer a pint of Greene King IPA and bottles of San Miguel lager for 99p and a bottle of Blossom Hill Rosé wine for £4.99.
On the food menu, cottage pie, chips and peas and spicy tomato pasta are among the dishes now available for the new price.