REGION’S BIGGEST FOOD & DRINK WEBSITE ENCOURAGES SUPPORT OF YORKSHIRE’S HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
HELP YORKSHIRE’S HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY – Perhaps more so than ever, food is one of life’s greatest pleasures during the current lockdown, changing people’s shopping, cooking and consumption habits beyond recognition.
The Yorkshire Food Guide (www.yorkshirefoodguide.co.uk) showcases the best restaurants, foodie events, exclusive offers, news, reviews and local guides on what to experience in a new way across our region, as well as future inspiration on what to see and do.
HELP YORKSHIRE’S HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY – With restaurants and hotels closed for the foreseeable future, the Yorkshire Food Guide team jumped straight into action, creating a live article on how their readers can best support Yorkshire’s hospitality sector. From shopping locally, to ordering a takeaway from the many restaurants who have adapted their ‘modus operandi’ during the pandemic. (https://yorkshirefoodguide.co.uk/blog/help-yorkshires-hospitality-industry/)
To further support the food and hospitality industry, there is an array of exclusive dining offer vouchers on their website. From afternoon tea at Yorkshire’s 5 Star Hotel The Grand York, to a boutique stay at one of the UK’s Top 50 Gastropubs, The Black Bull Inn at Sedbergh and discounted restaurant vouchers from Leeds’ Foundry restaurant, headed up by ‘MasterChef the Professionals’ star Chef, Matt Healy, and more. With discounts of up to 59% off, these are offers worthy of exploring to support local businesses in the here and now.
Tara Harris, Co-Founder of Yorkshire Food Guide explains further:
“The hospitality industry has shown true Yorkshire grit with their incredible resilience and ingenuity – implementing takeaway and delivery services to aid the current crisis. Furthermore, we’ve seen many of the restaurants fundraising to thank our NHS keyworkers. By sharing their foodie news to inspire and engage our audience, we are helping to bolster demand and keep these businesses going.”
Lockdown inspiration courtesy of the Yorkshire Food Guide includes the best restaurant takeaways, local farm shops’ delivery details, recipes from top Yorkshire chefs, how to shop local, and Yorkshire-inspired cocktails to make at home. To complement the food content on the site, the region’s breweries, distilleries, wine bars and merchants who are now offering home delivery services, are also highlighted.
Good news stories are shared across the website and its social channels, including heart-warming stories of Yorkshire businesses supporting NHS key workers and vulnerable communities, with free meals and other goodies.
To find out more about how you can help to support Yorkshire’s hospitality businesses, visit www.yorkshirefoodguide.co.uk or join the conversation on their social channels.
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