Beverley, a charming town nestled in East Yorkshire, offers a delightful array of culinary experiences for locals and tourists alike. From cosy pubs serving up traditional British fare to trendy restaurants showcasing global cuisines, there is something for everyone. Here we will delve into the vibrant dining scene of Beverley, highlighting its top eateries, pubs, and bustling nightlife.
David Richardson has been appointed as the new Compliance Officer at Rollits LLP.
During his almost 20 years as a solicitor at a Newcastle-based firm, David specialized in disputed liability, alleged fraud, RTA cases, and employer and public liability cases.
Humberside Police have issued a statement in response to the latest Government announcement on COVID-19 rules.
Liberal Democrat councillors on Beverley Town Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council have given their support for plans to pilot a part-pedestrianisation scheme in Beverley’s Saturday Market.
The majority of businesses surveyed are overwhelmingly behind the scheme, which will see an extension to the pavement area from the Grapes to the Yorkshire Bank, taking in the King’s Head and businesses on the east of Saturday Market as well as Browns.
Carluccio’s Beverley has been given a new lease of life as it was named as one of the thirty to be retained by owners of Giraffe and Ed’s Easy Diner.
News that Carluccio’s Beverley had made the list of thirty was announced by the administrators on Friday morning.
Ice-Cream Tiki Bar in Beverley has been shortlisted in Mumbler Awards. Based at Armstrongs Social Club the Ice-Cream Tiki Bar has been named a finalist in the ‘Favourite Child-Friendly Eating Out Venue.’
Manager of Armstrongs, Sally-Ann Rena says she is over the moon to make the final. While she also expressed her thanks to all those who took time to vote for them in the poll.
Ogino is owned and managed by husband and wife team Julian & Rieko Ogino-Stamford and they bring authentic, fine-dining modern Japanese culinary experience to the historic market town of Beverley.
Reducing the fees paid for money accepted by credit and debit cards can save your business thousands of pounds, that’s the message from local businessman John Moffatt.
TC Patisserie has just one table remaining for the new Patisserie Evening on Monday. The night will feature seven different items and puddings with tickets priced just £27.95 per person.
Congratulations to the boys in year 10 studying GCSE Food, for passing the industry standard certificate in food hygiene, with flying colours. After studying the 7 hour intensive course the boys all chose to sit the examination to gain industry recognition.
Businesses looking for a venue in which to set up their venture are often overwhelmed by the choice of accommodation available, and yet finding the right location for your company could make or break your business.
Beverley has a new coffee shop, Sugar & Spice, located at 52 Lairgate offers a range of delicious homemade cakes, alongside Rington’s tea and coffee.
Local restaurant Dine on the ROWE have launched a great new offer that gives diners the chance to get a two-course lunch for just £12 between 12 noon and 6pm Tuesday through to Saturday
With mother’s day fast approaching there are plenty of ideas for gifts and meals out locally in Beverley. Should you be wanting to send flowers to your mum local florist Fluers de Lisa have a vast selection of flowers to suit all
Local artist Shirley is a regular customer at Beverley’s Pizza Express restaurant, in North Bar Within, and so she was delighted when the restaurant wanted to hang her paintings in the restaurant for all patrons to enjoy.
As two recent graduates who have not yet quite managed to shake of the student mentality, the curry night at The Victoria pub was too good an offer to miss. Recommended by a friend we decided to give it a go. We arrived a little after 7pm on Wednesday and the pub was bright and light with a great atmosphere, busy with families, couples and a group of work colleagues….
The posh pie and peas nights have now been running for 2 months at Dine on the Rowe on Wednesday evenings and they have grown and grown in popularity. There is no wonder with the pies on offer that change weekly. This week the restaurant hosted Derek Waudby a local singer song writer strumming some folk on his acoustic guitar, his beautiful tones went done well with the group booking…
Pictuires from of people who were out enjoying the night life in Beverley as well as eating out, was very supprising to speak with so many people who were not even from Beverley though had chose to come to our great town for a night out! Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the image, these are just some of the pictures please contact us if you would like a copy…