Five reasons why Wakefield’s food scene is set to be the next big thing
While Wakefield is famed for liquorice, rhubarb and real ale, we’ve also got a fantastic up-and-coming food and drink scene.
Part of the Rhubarb Triangle and well known for its association with liquorice, Wakefield is a real foodie heaven. Whether you’re looking for quirky culinary experiences, inventive international cuisine or some traditional Yorkshire grub, there’s definitely a place for you!
The district is blessed with many independent outlets: from farm shops and afternoon teas, to fine dining and breweries, uncover why the whole district lives up to Wakefield’s nickname epithet, “The Merrie City”.
Wakefield’s reputation as the “Merrie City” can be traced back to the Middle Ages. Today the thirst for good times can still be thoroughly quenched Wakefield.
There are plenty of places in the Wakefield district where you can get your fix of a delicious breakfast, a freshly ground coffee and that all-important chat with friends!