More than five million meals have been claimed in Yorkshire and the Humber as part of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, the government has said.
The scheme allowed diners to save 50% on food and soft drinks up to the value of £10 between Mondays and Wednesdays throughout August in a bid to support businesses as coronavirus restrictions were eased.
New government figures show that about 5,463,000 meals were claimed for across the region.
However, these figures are for restaurants and cafes with less than 25 outlets across the country, meaning big chains like Greggs or Nandos aren't included.
In total, customers saved about £31,576,000, the figures show.
Leeds city centre saw the highest number of claims with 294,000, followed by Scarborough and Whitby with 269,000.
Across England, more than fifty-one million meals were claimed for, with a total discount to diners of almost £300m.