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· 08 October 2014
· The Ivy House
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Milrys At The Coach House
A little about us and our aims...We believe that eating out should be special, whether for lunch with friends, colleagues or that all important business meeting, or evening out with friends and family. We want to give you that fine dining experience.Our chef James, has made more than 35 years experience working all over the world in all kinds of cuisine from far eastern to classical French and American Cajun so he recognises a wow factor! And every dish he produces has total customer satisfaction in mind, from the presentation to the last mouth full he wants you to enjoy your meal.As part of our team, James serves fresh food prepared on the premises and locally sourced wherever possible.Our team has been hand picked from people that have worked in the hotel and catering trade for many years and are here to enhance your dining experience; they are helpful and attentive without being over bearing. They are here to serve you, the customer and they all uncerstand that you are the most important part of our business and your enjoyment of our food and the service along with the ambience of Milry’s is of paramount importance.A large selection of wines from The Wright Wine Company in Skipton is available.
Welcome to The Milestone. Nestling in the heart of Ripponden - a thriving Yorkshire village on the Pennine Hills. We are on Halifax Road opposite Elland Bank easily accessible both locally and from the M62 with parking right behind us.We offer a local contemporary twist on Mediterranean style food in a family friendly atmosphere. We serve all day, every day with an extensive menu to suit all tastes including the 'Milestone Mini Menu' for children.Our open stone baked oven is the hub of the restaurant and pizzas are our speciality cooked to order right in front of your eyes using fresh local ingredients. Try our traditional stone-baked thin crust or treat yourself to calzone style, either eat in or order a take away.Come visit us and sit inside or on the sun terrace and enjoy great food and drink with friends and family. We are here to please and look forward to your visit time and time again!
The Blind Pig
We are a Prohibition themed bar, inspired by the speakeasy bootleggers of the Prohibition era in USA. Styled to complement the interiors of the time, we are situated in the Old Yorkshire Bank on Tower Hill, Sowerby Bridge. This already grand building is the perfect place to house our bar and restaurant. Eat upstairs in our atmospheric lounge or just come for a beer to our downstairs bar and listen to the regular live acoustic sessions. Our delicious food is contemporary English with a European Twist, from Duck confit to Burgundy Beef Cheeks, our Award winning chef Ian Kendell, comes from a restaurant dynasty, Kendells Bistro in Leeds. He trained under Marco Pierrre White, completing a 5 year apprenticeship with him at 'Michael Cains' restaurant in London, via Paris and Amsterdam and The Maypole in Warley, he arrived at The Blind Pig 4 months ago. We pride ourselves on our friendly and professional service and our staff will make sure you have the night out you deserve. We have an excellent selection of Wines supplied by Berkman Wine Cellars in Selby, regions include Chile, New Zealand, Argentina and France. We make delicious, fresh Cocktails, serving old favorites such as Mojitos and Margaritas, or you can order our special 'Tea for Two/Four'......Long Island Iced Tea, served prohibition style in a teapot! We use local suppliers for our food and drink, keeping things extremely local and fresh! Come to The Blind Pig for a different Night Out in Sowerby Bridge!
The Crossroads at Wainstalls
Set high on the Pennine moors between Halifax and Hebden Bridge the Cross Roads is an ideal base for exploring the magnificent surrounding countryside. A welcoming log burning fire greets visitors on cold days and this is matched by the warmth of the welcome from Peter and Jayne.The Crossroads Inn has recently been totally refurbished throughout and now offers a comfortable dining environment and relaxed bar area just ten minutes from Halifax town centre. It has what everyone looks for in a good quality establishment and serves good, home cooked food each day as well as a daily specials board where local produce and fresh food is top of their priorities. The Crossroads also has six en suite bed and breakfast rooms with coffee making facilities, flat screen tv's and free wifi and was awarded five stars in the 'Scores on the Doors' hygiene rating.Experienced chef's Peter Conlin and his partner Jayne Barton have taken over running the Timothy Taylor owned Cross Roads Inn. Looking for a fresh challenge the couple have moved North from the New Forest where Peter was Executive Chef for Pebble Hotels and Jayne was the head chef at the Famous Forest Inn, The High Corner.Quality fresh pub food with a twist is their promise as they introduces their own style of cooking and look to build the Cross Roads' reputation as a destination pub for all the family. Peter said "With three children of our own, we are keen to encourage families and with this in mind the emphasis will be very much on value for money food. There is often something on such as pie night, curry night or steak night and there is live music every few weeks. Also serving retro lunches, Sunday lunch and a fixed price sunset menu why not give The Crossroads a try next time your're eating out? We're sure you won't be disappointed.