New retro eaterie opens in Harrogate town centre with nostalgic theme from 1950s

A new restaurant has opened in Harrogate this week influenced by the style - and food - of a classic USA diner from the golden age of Hollywood and rock n roll - the 1950s.

Friday, 7th May 2021, 4:20 pm
The Fabulous 50's Diner in Harrogate town centre.

The Fabulous 50's Diner, which is located on Bower Road, says it offers offering family food 9am to 10pm daily with plenty of outdoor seating.

As well as featuring distinctive portraits of 1950s icons Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe outside, there is plenty of 1950s design in the eaterie's interiors.

The new diner, which is located in the unit once occupied by Cafe Rita, has a menu covers all the bases to fit the theme and include: burgers, breakfasts, sandwiches and shakes, hot dogs and salads, home made pizzas and southern fried chicken, donuts and Belgian waffles.

The breakfasts alone in their wide-ranging menu include, American Breakfast, Breakfast Quesadilla, Vegetarian Breakfast and a lot more.

Open now, the Fabulous 50s Diner offers pickup and delivery

There is a phone order service for collection at 01423 202703.

Deliveries are available via Deliveroo and Harrogate Eats.

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