Harrogate’s new fine-dining restaurant Rhubarb created quite a stir this week, especially as its town centre location has proved a graveyard for several recent ventures.
Today our food writer, Masterchef semi-finalist and Harrogate resident Yemi Adelekan, reviews it.
On the topic of good food, we also revealed the local entries in the latest Michelin Guide.
Besides food, trees have dominated the local news landscape. Some have been felled at the former gasworks where Tesco is starting sitework on its new Harrogate supermarket.
Campaigners are doing their utmost to resist 450 being felled in Rotary Wood, where Harrogate Spring Water’s expansion plans took a step forward.
In Ripon, the cathedral announced it was still open to ways of saving a veteran beech tree due to be felled as part of a new development on Minster Gardens — but none has been identified yet.
Some weird and wonderful things have been happening in Knaresborough. Tonight the town hosts a show featuring local burlesque performer Foxie Gingerella, better known locally as businesswoman Sarah Lowe, from beauty salon Orchis Escape. And did you see our article about another person having to be rescued from public toilets on Waterside?
It’s difficult to follow that — enjoy the weekend content.
- Gareth Gates to headline three-day summer festival in Harrogate
- Gritting boss heralds Lofthouse heroes after becoming stricken on ungritted road
- Two arrested following drugs bust at Ripon’s South Lodge