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Har.Low.Gata, Harrogate - pub details

Previously called: Harlow Gata

Har.Low.Gata

Address: 1 Station Square, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 1TB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10702) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Harrogate (0.1 miles), Hornbeam Park (1.1 miles), Starbeck (1.7 miles)

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With connections back to the North Eastern Railway's arrival in the town in the 19th Century, this fine building is now to be a Zizzi Restaurant - just what Harrogate is short of, yet another chain Italian food joint. The destruction of probably the last traditional pub in the town centre and part of Harrogate's history sacrificed by tasteless businessmen with an eye only for money! R.I.P.
JBGatelad - 19 Dec 2011 12:23
Closed down, being converted into an Italian themed family restaurant.
son_of_odin - 15 Dec 2011 07:42
On of those pubs with quite a few hand pumps at the bar, all with the labels turned round. Only beers available appeared to be the house bitter and lager plus the Guinness (which was reasonably good). Lethargic staff, comfy sofas, Sky TV, though not many customers for a Saturday.
son_of_odin - 3 Feb 2011 12:41
With half an hour to kill, popped in here to see the latest episode in the destruction of what used to be the North Eastern. Quite shocked to find that at 8pm on a Friday there was hardly anyone in. Apart from Black Sheep they had Copper Dragon Best Bitter. Fearing the beer might have been sat in the pipes all day, the landlord assured me that it had been used a few minutes before, then going on to explain his enthusiasm for good beer. The pint was indeed spot on, positively top class and we told him so on our way out. I just hope this guy can turn the pub's fortunes around - alas the few inhabitants we saw on the pool table reminded me of people who can scupper someone's best intentions. Anyway, best of luck!!
JBGatelad - 31 Jul 2010 14:29
Now reopened with smart modern décor, aimed at sophisticated under 30s I guess . Usual sort of keg range plus unexpectedly good Taylors Landlord and Golden Best. There are the usual TVs and constant music but the comfortable seating and muted brown and grey tones of the decoration make it a pleasant enough place. Some of the original North Eastern Railway Hotel details still show through the constant redecoration and rebranding of recent years, especially visible in the ceiling and window mouldings. Not quite full with its target audience when I visited early Saturday night with a few middle aged couples and the odd solitary drinker as well as the bright young things. Personally I would avoid the disgusting gents unless having a very quick visit or you are a conference goer requiring the phone number of a prostitute.

anonymous - 20 May 2009 14:37

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