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21 May 2021
Have you been itching to dine in at some fabulous, local restaurants and cafés? Then we’ve got you covered. We’ve found you five incredible eateries across Yorkshire and North Derbyshire to try out and don’t worry, we’ve even sorted how to get you there.
Set in the picturesque surroundings of Hall Leys Park, Café in the Park is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat while visiting Matlock. The quaint, independent café has a menu stocked with delicious, homemade food – whether you’re in the mood for a light lunch, a hearty meal, or a slice of their scrumptious cakes – there’s something for everyone.
If you fancy taking time out from the city centre, you can hop on the X17 from Sheffield to Matlock.
The Beehive, described as a ‘proper country pub’, is the best place to go for superb pub grub. The menu is filled with everything you’d expect from a proper country pub—steak sandwiches, fish and chips, pies, burgers and so much more that you’ll struggle to choose from their mouth-watering list.
Catch a ride on the 26 Crystal Peaks service, hop off on Union Street and it's directly opposite the bus stop.
Qoozies is an adorable café in the heart of Chesterfield, the dreamy décor is enough to entice anyone through the door, never mind the menu! Qoozies’ menu has been thoughtfully crafted with health and well-being in mind, offering a variety of nutritious food and drink, but don’t worry there’s something for those of you that have a sweet tooth.
We have so many services that can get you into the centre of Chesterfield, plan your journey now!
Nestled in the heart of the Pennine Yorkshire countryside, Yummy Yorkshire is a great place to venture out to. The family run farm offers a dreamy array of homemade ice cream flavours – there are your traditional, classic flavours like vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and then there are some creative, experimental ice creams that might tickle your fancy. There’s not only ice cream to indulge in, there’s also Yummy Yorkshire’s Hide and Hoof restaurant which serves everything from breakfast to brunch, afternoon tea to main meals – so no matter what time you go, there’s always something on the menu.
To visit Yummy Yorkshire, take a ride on the 24 service from Barnsley Interchange to Huddersfield Road/Wellthorne Lane where it’s just a couple of minutes’ walk from the stop.
Head to The Crown and Anchor for a delightful menu which includes award-winning pies and locally sourced, seasonal produce. If the weather is nice, dine outside and enjoy the idyllic view of the sun setting over the green, hilly backdrop.
There are so many more places across the region to try out, why not sign up to Stagecoach Rewards for exclusive offers on restaurants and more! To avoid disappointment, remember to try to book ahead – enjoy yourselves and stay safe!