A selection of places where you can sample the fantastic food and drink that has made Ryedale famous - along with our warm hospitality!
Based just outside of Helmsley, Beadlam is a family-run butchery, farmshop and bistro, featuring meat from the farm's own Limousin cattle. Also on-site is a
touring caravan site, Robert & Ruby Gifts & Homeware and The Cutting Shed hair salon.
Wonderful artisan bakery in Malton's Talbot Yard, which uses local organic ingredients to create hand-crafted loaves that travel just a few yards from oven to shelf.
Inspired by their love of farming, the Cedarbarn team bring you top-quality fresh food with impeccable provenance (much of it grown on the farm) and as few food miles as possible. Go for meat, fish, seasonal fruit and veg and deli products
Perched on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Cropton Brewery has been producing award-winning ales for over 25 years. Come for a brewery tour, or just sit back with a pint of Cropton ale at the New Inn next door.
Popular local spot in the market town of Pickering offering take-out treats and quirky gifts.
Stop for a coffee, scrummy breakfasts, light lunches and homemade cakes.
Macarons and other mouth-watering creations from award-winning pastry chef Florian Poirot who brings French patisserie magic to Malton.
Malton gelateria with an irresistible selection of up to 24 flavours of ice cream plus sprinkles and treats for the finishing touch. For a sit-down delicious dessert visit the upstairs Pudding Parlour.
Book a brewery tour, or visit the shop to stock up on this lovingly-crafted range of artisan beers, brewed in the heart of the North Yorks Moors.
A good old-fashioned sweet shop in the heart of Helmsley, with shelves bursting with jars of all sorts of goodies you might not have seen since your childhood.
Based in a historic and quirky Grade II listed building on Helmsley’s pretty Market Place, this award-winning deli is a treasure trove full of fresh and store cupboard foods, home cooked meats, cheeses, alcoholic and soft beverages. Famous for their deep filled sandwiches and salads all made to order, a visit is a must.
From production to packaging, everything is done on site at this working distillery in Malton which produces the superior Rare Bird gin. There's a shop onsite or book a lesson at the "gin school".
Tucked away in Helmsley, this family ice-cream shop and tea-room makes its own top quality, national award-winning ice creams (more than 40 varieties!) and acclaimed hand-made Belgian chocolates.
Based in the village of Sinnington, this craft brewery uses the finest hops and ingredients to produce seven delicious ales: Pale, Gold, Bitter, Harvest, Stout, Ryedale Angler and Ryedale Rambler.
A family-owned ethical artisan business in Kirkbymoorside. Gorgeous hand-baked cakes and bread plus other goodies.
Superb Michelin-starred restaurant with rooms on the edge of the North York Moors by celebrity chef Tommy Banks.
Full of history and character, this restaurant with rooms offers an outstanding tasting menu that showcases local produce at its finest.
Relaxed rustric ambience with flagstone and hardwood floors, an open fire and scrubbed wood tables. Come for the gastropub food served with imagination, or drop in for a drink and a sharing board.
Situated in the heart of Malton, visit this independent patisserie, café and shop for mouth-watering homemade cakes and victuals sweet and savoury.
A country hotel in the Insta-worthy village of Harome, The Pheasant has serious foodie credentials. Indoor dining, an alfresco terrace in summer and unmissable traditional Sunday lunch.
Chef/Patron Andrew Pern's much-loved Michelin star inn with rooms. Situated just outside Helmsley, The Star Inn serves ‘modern Yorkshire’ food made primarily from locally-sourced seasonal ingredients, such as local game, North Sea fish and fresh herbs from its own kitchen garden.
The restaurant at the renowned Feversham Hotel, happily situated in beautiful Helmsley. An AA award-winner, go for the locally-sourced produce and food foraged from the North Yorkshire Moors.
Family-run charming inn in the market town of Pickering. Known for smart cooking with seasonal produce, well-kept real ales and a fine wine cellar. There are lovely rooms to stay in too.
A multi-award winning artisan bakery, coffee house and eatery, this Malton favourite is known for its delicious breakfasts and lunches. Dine-in in snug surroundings or takeaway. And you can breakfast all day on Sundays!