Harrogate restaurant to reopen

Damn Yankee

11:34am 4th September 2017
(Updated 11:35am 4th September 2017)

A much-loved restaurant in Harrogate is set to reopen soon.

Damn Yankee closed down in July, but it has been taken over by new owners.

Its previous owners reluctantly decided to close and highlighted reasons including an influx of chain restaurants and the ever-increasing costs of running a business.

Posters in the window are now appealing for full and part-time staff.

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