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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Betty's Tea Rooms York

Betty's Tea Rooms in York are justly famous for their delicious cakes.

Betty's Tea Rooms York

Betty's began life in 1919 in the Yorkshire spa town of Harrogate, where the founder, Frederick Belmont, opened his first cafe. The York branch of Betty's dates from the 1930's and there is another more recent branch in Stonegate, close to York Minster.

Betty's Tea Rooms York, England

The interior of Betty's Tea Rooms were created by the designers and craftsmen who also designed the luxury Queen Mary liner and the curved windows and wood panelling give the store an art-deco, nautical feel.

Besides the delicious cakes, pastries and specialty teas, the menu includes mouth-watering open sandwiches, afternoon tea, wines and desserts. There is a seperate "Little Rascal" menu for kids.

There are other Betty's Tea Rooms in Harrogate, Harlow Carr, Northallerton and Ilkley.

Betty's Tea Rooms York

6-8 St. Helen's Square
Tel: 01904 659142
Hours: 9am-9pm

46 Stonegate
Tel: 01904 622865

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