New outdoor marquee and heaters at Harrogate restaurant for stage two of roadmap

One of Harrogate's most popular independent restaurants and cafes is introducing marquees and outdoor heating and lights for customers as part of stage two of the Government's roadmap out of lockdown.

Friday, 9th April 2021, 3:18 pm
Updated Friday, 9th April 2021, 3:20 pm
Owners Sara Ferguson and Stefano Lancellotti say they are delighted to be welcoming back customers to both of their establishments on Princes Square in Harrogate - Caffe Marconi (pictured) and Sasso restaurant.

Owners Sara Ferguson and Stefano Lancellotti say they want to make the most of the latest relaxation of Covid rules in a safe way at both of their establishments on Princes Square in Harrogate - Sasso restaurant and Caffe Marconi.

Sasso will be open from Monday to Thursday midday to 3pm and 5pm to 9pm Friday and Saturday midday to 3pm and 5pm to 9.30pm, Sunday midday to 3pm.

Caffe Marconi will be open from Monday to Saturday 9am to 8pm and Sunday 9.30am to 5pm.

Both food and drink venue will boast marquees and outdoor heating and lights in time for the new rules on Covid on Monday, April 12.

Stefano has even come up with a new ‘Al fresco ‘ menu alongside the a la carte menu at Sasso.

Stefano and Sara are proud of their achievements since they turned their dream restaurant into a reality in 1998 and are delighted to be welcoming back customers.

Over the years, Sasso has featured regularly in The Good Food Guide and even celebrated being rated as one of the best Italian restaurants in the whole UK in one edition.

The couple are also proud to the role their independent businesses play in the community in Harrogate.

Last March during the first lockdown they made pizzas and soups to gift to Harrogate hospital teams for free.

More information at:

www.sassorestaurant.co.uk

www.caffemarconi.co.uk

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