A busy few months ahead

Fat badger menu

5:20pm 13th September 2017

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Harrogate is spoiled for choice when it comes to pubs, restaurants and hotels.  And The Fat Badger does all three very nicely indeed!

 

Chris went to chat with them to get a steer on what's coming up in Autumn in to Christmas. 

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Poll

My New Year's Resolution is...
Still going strong
24.2%
A bit shaky
4.8%
Broken, but only once so let me off
2.4%
Completely smashed, forget it I'll try again next year
6.7%
Non-existent, I don't bother!
61.8%