Seafood Week

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Date(s) - 06/10/2017 - 13/10/2017

Inn at South Stainley

Ripon Road
South Stainley

After two highly successful years at the Seafood Company’s sites in Lancashire, Seafood Week is sailing into Yorkshire for the first time this October.

Running from the 6th – 13th October, Seafood Week will bring the best of coastal produce to life through special menus at the Inn at South Stainley and The Fleece in Addingham, as well as at a very special Champagne Dinner at The Fleece.

Tying in with National Seafood Week, which encourages people to eat fish more often, the Seafood Pub Company’s two newest venues will be showcasing the very best seafood produce.

Jemma McAnespie, marketing manager of the group said: “Seafood Week has been a huge success at our Lancashire sites in the past two years and we are really excited about bringing the fun and fantastic menus to Yorkshire. It is a fantastic opportunity for us to host some exciting events and create a fabulous array of exciting seafood dishes, giving customers the chance to try something a little different.

“The black-tie Champagne Dinner on 13th October has already generated a lot of interest with customers, so we are encouraging people to buy their tickets quickly so that they don’t miss out on the incredible four course menu and the Jacquart champagnes each course has been paired with.”

In addition to the Champagne Dinner, both venues will be serving Fruits de Mer, the ultimate dish for seafood lovers, on the 7th October, followed by mussels and cider on the 8th. Throughout the week, all sites will also be offering three oysters and a glass of prosecco for £10.

“The menus we have created for Seafood Week are perfect for anyone wishing to try seafood and experience a combination of innovative, exciting flavours,” added Antony Shirley, the group’s executive chef.

“We want customers to relax, enjoy the fantastic food and drink on offer, but also leave feeling a little more educated about the benefits of incorporating seafood into their diet.”

For further information or to purchase tickets to any of the events taking place during Seafood Week, please visit

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