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The Fox Bar & Bistro
Ripponden
Welcome to The Fox Bar and Bistro in Ripponden, between Halifax and Oldham and just off junction 22 of the M62.  All of our food is locally sourced and freshly prepared and there's always a great selection of menus available.Most of the dishes have a strong Mediterranean influence and there’s always a great selection of meat, fish and seafood available, but in addition you’ll also find some more traditional British favourites and of course our famous picnic bench afternoon teas.As all of our food is prepared from scratch nearly all dietary requirements can be catered for providing you let us know at the time of booking, and booking is definitely recommended at the Fox!Look out for live music every Saturday and be sure to check back often for all the latest news and promotions.   
Kava - Todmorden
What is now a canalside coffeehouse and restaurant, first opened as a vegetarian cafe on the Halifax Road in Todmorden before moving to its current location about three years ago. The original founders Dale (the first bassist in The Smiths) and his Ukrainian wife and force of nature Svetlana (the provenance of the name Kava which is Slavic for coffee) laid the foundations and new owners have added a restaurant menu which is garnering plenty of praise.Kava is a welcoming and informal place to just chill out with the finest coffees and teas for company, and for stimulating conversation with friends or colleagues. Enjoy distinctive dishes from around the world that everybody loves. Kava’s menu embraces the best our local producers have to offer and the diversity of what has come to be known as the Great British Food Revolution. 
The Shibden Mill Inn
Shibden
Situated in West Yorkshire's picturesque Shibden Valley, Shibden Mill Inn has been at the heart of local life for over 300 years. It remains so today, though its reputation for fantastic food, drink and sumptuous 5 Star guest accommodation now extends far beyond the Yorkshire borders. Often referred to as a 'hidden gem', this 17th Century inn nestles in the fold of the Shibden Valley, opposite Red Beck, the mill stream that once powered the Inn's enterprising past. The flow of water now adds to the inviting nature of the Inn's outside area, a tranquil setting to enjoy dinner al fresco or a few summer drinks. Open fires and low beams make Shibden Mill a magical place for sharing life's special moments and shaping memories to last a life time. The Inn's reputation for warm hospitality and premier gastro dining has firmly placed it on the region's culinary map and it has naturally become a popular choice for those wishing to savour a sumptuous weekend break or mid-week stay. Eleven individually styled rooms ensure a luxurious over-night stay - Shibden Mill was awarded the prestigious title of Les Routiers Inn of the Year in 2011 and for the second time in 2015. From its unique location, Shibden Mill offers easy access to the very best that this delightful part of West Yorkshire has to offer. However, you needn't do anything other than relax and unwind in the beautiful surrounds of this 17th Century property, where once you've arrived and unpacked, there's simply no reason to leave. 
The Sun Inn - Rastrick
Rastrick
Welcome to The Sun Inn, Rastrick, an independently owned and run family pub. Situated at the cross-roads where New Hey Road crosses the main road from Dewsbury to Elland.There is a great selection of dishes on our menus and all our food is freshly prepared and home cooked using quality, locally sourced ingredients.To compliment our great quality home cooked food, we serve a wide selection of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks.We have a great outdoor seating area to enjoy in the summertime and inside we have the space to cater for private parties and functions.The venue has recently reopened after an extensive refurbishment. Come and visit to see the new-look Sun Inn!We’re looking forward to seeing you at The Sun Inn, Rastrick.
Haworth Old Hall
Haworth
At Haworth Old Hall, West Yorkshire, guests are welcomed by the Tudor charm and warm atmosphere with beautiful open log fires and friendly customer service from the moment you walk in.Steeped in history, the pub, dining room and bed and breakfast is one of the oldest buildings in the village dating back to 1580.Set amidst stunning countryside at the foot of the moors, much of the Tudor charm and atmosphere has been preserved and the historical village of Howarth, with its cobbled streets and timeless houses, is one of the most popular destinations for people visiting the Pennines.A seasonal menu, created using local produce, is served alongside seven real ales on tap and an extensive wine list.An idyllic location to relax, eat great food and drink, Haworth Old Hall also offers 4-star en-suite bed and breakfast accomodation making it ideal for those visiting the Bronte Parsonage and the steam railway.
Prego
Brighouse
Here at Prego Brighouse we have a wide range of menus available, you will find delicious Italian Continental food and a warm welcoming atmosphere. Whatever the occasion, be it a birthday, anniversary, family gathering, a meal for two or a quick bite at lunch we can make your experience extra special.
Welcome to the 'Halifax Food Guide' your local guide for all the best places to eat in Halifax, Elland, Sowerby Bridge, Hebden Bridge and the surrounding areas. We hold details of all types of eatery, so whether you're looking for Restaurants in Halifax, Takeaways in Greetland, Cafe's in Rishworth, Pub Food in Sowerby Bridge, Sandwich Shops in Ripponden or even outside caterers in calderdale you'll find a great selection.
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