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Published on January 3rd, 2013 | by thehungrymanc


Northwest food map

Pin ItSo, the festive hiatus has come to an end.  Time to start thinking about the food adventures to be had in 2013.

Inspired by the good people over at Goodgobble and their fantastic list of places to visit in the coming months I decided to pinch the idea (sorry guys).  That said I like maps so here it is, in no particular order, my list, in map form.

I don’t promise to visit all of these places this year but it really would be a tremendous food adventure if I do.

If there’s any I should try and add let me know in the comments section.


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6 Responses to Northwest food map

  1. Tania says:

    Mega disappointed you haven’t got Etrop Grange on tjhere!!! lol

  2. Just been ogling over Fraiche menu & seeing they only have 5 dates free, not til March & April. Not sure I can handle that level of committment! Also feel I need to pay Grenache a visit…
    Holbeck Ghyll is lovely, but just as much for the hotel as the food. The afternoon tea was better than dinner, I think!

  3. What a great post, I’d love to do something similar for my own blog as I’m about to move even more North and will have so many new restaurants to test out. How did you get google to pin so many things? I can’t seem to persuade it to do any more than three pins!

  4. Two for you: Parkers Arms at Newton in Bowland (see my & Hungry Hoss’s blogs) and Olde Spot Bistro near Fence nr Burnley.

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