We’ve rounded up the lovely offers available to you heroic runners. Good luck, we’ll be there cheering you on!
What better way to celebrate crossing the finishing line than with a plate of salt and vinegar drenched hot chips? Pop to either of Poppie’s cult fish and chip shop branches in Spitalfields or Camden on Sunday to receive a free portion of their legendary chips when you show them your medal.
Show your 2016 Marathon medal at any London Chipotle on Monday 25th or Tuesday 26th from 4pm
close and they’ll treat you to a free burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos.
Showing-off your runners medal at Rocket Holborn will give you a free pass to pick any pizza from the a la carte menu. Choose from classics such as Pepperoni to the more adventurous Barbecued Pulled Pork Shoulder. But, if you want a piece of the action than make sure you book in advance.
GBK will be dishing out free cheeseburgers to any London Marathon runners who present their 2016 medal when ordering on Sunday 24 and Monday 25 April. And their supporters will receive a free beer when they order a main meal.
Refuel with Free Dim Sum at Royal China. The group are offering competitors a free dim sum dish, when dining in one of their six London restaurants on the day of the Marathon. Diners simply need to present their Marathon medal to a member of staff on arrival at the restaurant.
Everyone’s favourite healthy pit stop Pod is offering a free healthy energy lunch to anyone coming in with a 2016 Marathon medal on Monday 25th April.
Le Pont de la Tour are offering a free H20 Melon & Elderflower Martini to London Marathon runners on the 24th April. This new special will be given free to any runner who is able to show this year’s London Marathon medal.
SHOT, the innovative clean eatery recently opened near St Paul’s will be offering Marathon runners free energy health SHOTs on Monday 25th April. The organic cold-pressed health shots contain beetroot, ginseng and Co-Q-10, which are packed full of vitamin E, biotin and copper, perfect for post-marathon rejuvenation. Marathon runners only need to wave their medal with pride to gain their well-deserved free shot.