New restaurant to open near Everyman cinema in Harrogate

An example of the interior of one of the CAU restaurants.
An example of the interior of one of the CAU restaurants.

Another big name in restaurants is to move into the new £10m restaurant and cinema complex at the former Beales department store in Harrogate.

The new three-storey building has taken shape rapidly since the former town centre department store at the corner of Albert Street and Station Parade was demolished last year.
As well as an Everyman cinema, a whole host of restaurants have signalled their intention to move in shortly.
The latest is the CAU, a restaurant group offering contemporary cuisine inspired by the vibrancy, colour and cultural diversity of Buenos Aires.
The 100-cover restaurant in the new building on the corner of Raglan Street and Station Parade will include a separate bar area and an additional 30-cover space outdoors, perfectly timed to enjoy al fresco dining in the warmer months.
It's launch date is scheduled for Monday, May 30 and the dedicated bar will feature an extensive list of CAU’s own brand wines, chosen to complement the flavoursome steak, as well as a range of cocktails and Clericots - an infamous Argentinian wine-based drink made from regional wine and local fruits - ideal for sharing.
CAU is the sister restaurant to the successful Gaucho group which operates 14 restaurants in the United Kingdom as well as Dubai and Hong Kong.