As well as the traditional regional fare of Yorkshire pudding, pork pies and Yorkshire curd tart, Herriot Country serves up some tasty dishes from around the world too. So whether you're fuelling up for the day ahead, or winding down from a day of sightseeing, you'll find plenty of cafes, country inns and restaurants that fit the bill.
Shops selling mouth-watering cup- cakes and great coffee houses combine with pubs and restaurants to give a local flavour to this town bordering the North York Moors. Stay awhile and take in all that is on offer whilst planning he rest of your trip.
Veggies and meat eaters alike will notice the difference when they eat out here. That's because local farmers specialise in producing high quality regional foods using traditional methods. And because many pubs and restaurants source products from local suppliers, you can literally taste the difference. Why not stock up on local cheeses, sausages and ice creams from the farmers markets before you go home!
This is your chance to sample another Yorkshire speciality - beer. A refreshing pint of an award winning ale from the Black Sheep Brewery and Theakston Brewery is never far away. So seek out a Herriot Country inn, settle down in front of a roaring fire or a stunning beer garden view and take a well deserved break.