Don’t Tell Titus and La Feria – two already popular Yorkshire restaurants now have even more to shout about.
Having both enjoyed a full fit out and refurbishment, the restaurants hope to take their offering to the next level with a set of bold new looks to complement their mouthwatering menus.
Haven’t heard of them? Perhaps it’s time you did.
Set in the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire, Don’t Tell Titus is one of the village’s best-kept secrets. As a settlement purpose built between 1850 and 1875 by Titus Salt to house the workers of his new mill, the houses and facilities offered a great improvement on those in nearby Bradford at the time.
But there was one small problem – as a nonconformist character with his own business interests at heart, Titus made sure that there were no public houses or saloons built in the village.
Thankfully, times have changed, and there now exists this perfect little haven where you can enjoy an extensive range of fine wines, specialty beers, and food with flavours from all over the world.
Brand new soft furnishings and ambient lighting complement the bespoke upholstery, while the statement leather effect wall upstairs and on the bar ties the two floors together to create a sophisticated twist to the already cosy, welcoming space.
Everyone is invited to come and experience the restaurant in all of its newly refurbished splendor – but whatever you do, Don’t Tell Titus.
Don’t Tell Titus – 6 Victoria Road, Saltaire, Bradford BD18 3LA email@example.com T 01274 595633
Over in Harrogate there is a similar sense of excitement with La Feria, which brings a delightfully authentic taste of Spain to the heart of Yorkshire. Their contemporary new space boasts artifacts sourced and shipped from Cadiz and Seville such as tiles, doors, and shutters, to bring that all-important ‘loved and lived in feel’ you come to expect from a truly authentic tapas restaurant.
Everything about the restaurant is a reflection of the most loved destinations in the Andalusia region, including an authentic selection of tapas using the finest ingredients sourced directly from artisan producers.
From their speciality free-range rotisserie chicken to succulent Iberico ham and cheeses from the Picos de Europa mountains, Le Feria find the very best of Spanish produce to offer their customers.
But don’t just read about them here, book yourself a table and experience some of the most authentic tastes Yorkshire has to offer.