With strict adherence to Covid-19 food regulations, South Kesteven District Council wants to encourage people to eat out safely as the district moves through its Coronavirus re-start and recovery phases.
The Exchange 1870 Carvery will be offering a four-meat carvery, with vegetarian options and a minimum of eight hot or cold desserts as part of a family-friendly menu together with complimentary soup and a fully-licensed bar.
All meals and drinks will be delivered to tables as per Government guidance, and, with places limited, advance booking is required.
Cllr Rosemary Trollope-Bellew, SKDC Cabinet Member for Culture and Visitor Economy, said: "We are hoping that this leads the way in encouraging people to get out and enjoy a meal after all the months of being confined to our homes.
"We want people to feel they can again enjoy a meal out, helping the local economy and cheering themselves up in the process, and I hope they will take advantage of our offer.
"The Corn Exchange is at the heart of the Bourne community. It has plenty of space for us to comply with all Government guidance on serving food and I hope customers will be reassured that they can come along and enjoy a superb freshly prepared and healthy lunch out."
The Exchange 1870 Carvery, taking its name from the date the Corn Exchange was built, is to run for four weeks, with the council then deciding whether to continue.
Lunches will be available every Sunday from noon - adults £13.95; under-12s £8.95; and under-fives £4.95.
To book, call 07486 454372.