February 5, 2018

Michelin-Starred Frances Atkins Brings The Yorke Arms to Bowcliffe Hall for Two Exclusive Dates

Frances Atkins at Bowcliffe Hall

One of Yorkshire’s most renowned Michelin-starred restaurants, The Yorke Arms, closed its doors last Friday to begin an incredible, sensitive refurbishment programme.

In what is a first for the restaurant, Frances Atkins and her team have confirmed that they will be bringing the most exquisite food & drink right here to Bowcliffe for two exclusive dates, each taking place in Bowcliffe’s multi-award winning copper and glass masterpiece, the Blackburn Wing.

Blackburn Wing

The Blackburn Wing at Bowcliffe

Both evenings will begin at 7pm, when guests will arrive at Bowcliffe Hall’s beautiful Ballroom to enjoy Champagne and canapés inspired by the most popular Yorke Arms dishes. Guests will then move over to the spectacular Blackburn Wing for a menu devised especially for the evening by Frances.

The Art Deco Bar, The Ballroom at Bowcliffe

Menus

Each evening will have a slightly different menu on offer:

Saturday 24th February ***NOW FULLY BOOKED***

Guests will have the opportunity to taste the most popular dishes from The Yorke Arms as Frances and her team create a one-of-a-kind tasting menu.

£85 per person.

Saturday 28th April *** NOW FULLY BOOKED***

On this evening, guests will be the first to have the unique opportunity to taste the new style menus which will be in place when The Yorke Arms reopens in late spring.

£85 per person.

Wine Flights

Alongside Bowcliffe’s wine list, there will be two wine flights available on the evening. Guests can enjoy a half flight with dinner for £120 or a full flight with dinner for £150.

More Information and Booking

Arrival 7pm. Carriages 11pm.

Due to the unique nature of these evenings, we must stress that both dates are likely to be extremely well received and fill up quickly. Booking is strictly on a first come, first served basis. To make a reservation please email theyorkearms@bowcliffehall.co.uk or call 01937 541111.

 

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