Harrogate restaurant is reopening in boost to town centre
A Harrogate restaurant is reopening for the first time since lockdown.
Located at 5 Albert Street in Harrogate not far from Everyman cinema, the Harrogate outlet of popular national chain Côte Brasserie took the decision to close when the Government first ordered lockdown on March 23.
Although, the guidance changed at the start of the month, Côte stuck to its order online service only.
But, this week, the modern, all-day French brasserie chain, serving regional specialities and traditional classics, is reopening fully.
But the restaurant will be adhering to all the social distancing rules and latest Government rules on safety against Covid.
The reopening is a boost for Harrogate town centre which has seen some retail outlets fail to reopen from lockdown.
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