Home to a variety of tourist attractions including the surrounding spa waters, the RHS Harlow Carr gardens and Bettys Tea Rooms as well as the nearby Yorkshire Dales national park, Harrogate is an attractive spa town in North Yorkshire. Just half an hour from Leeds city centre and fifteen minutes from Junction 47 of the A1, Harrogate is a popular dining destination for gatherings of family and friends, weekends away or just simply to escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
There are so many restaurants in Harrogate to choose from and you can expect to find everything from seafood restaurants to Mediterranean and Italian to French. With so many options to choose from, finding somewhere to eat out in Harrogate can seem like a mammoth task but fear not, Go dine are here to help!
Whether you’re from the area or not, our index of restaurants in Harrogate will help you find, book and save on dining out at your favourite restaurants, or we might even help you discover a new one! With Go dine you can browse menus, flick through photos and read real diner reviews about their experiences at each venue. Once you’ve found a place you like the look of, simply book online for free and we’ll do the rest; sending you text message or email confirmation so you can rest assured that your table will be waiting for you when you arrive.
It really is that easy! If Harrogate isn’t what you’re looking for, why not browse our other Yorkshire pages which include restaurants in Leeds city centre, Chapel Allerton and Pudsey.
Did you know? Harrogate was the setting for a Guinness World Record. In November 2011, Hasib Zafar was awarded the record for eating the most mashed potato in 30 seconds. He ate 266g at the British Potato Conference, beating his colleague and the previous record of 163g.