Address: The Grand Hotel and Spa, Station Rise, York YO1 6GD
York's stylish small plates concept and live music destination is now open. The Rise, the latest venture from The Grand Hotel & Spa, York, offering a vibrant all-day dining destination, has opened its doors.
Award-winning chef Craig Atchinson has created a modern menu boasting the best seasonal and ethically sourced ingredients.
The Rise will also be serving larger plates for the hungrier diner, as well as a junior menu, sweet plates and cheeses, plus a breakfast offering including buffet and plated options, and a modern take on the classic Afternoon Tea.
Diners can expect local beers and ales, a hand-selected wine selection, signature cocktails - including the rum-laden Ghosts of York and a Yorkshire Julep - plus live music on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Inspired by the Edwardian home of The Grand Hotel & Spa, York, The Rise aims to transport guests to a time gone by. The decor pays homage to the building's history including a pressed tin ceiling, dark stained oak panelling, and - as a nod to the North Eastern Railway, the building's original 1906 resident - a locomotive-inspired black steel bar front, emulating the comfort and style of First Class train travel in the early 1900s.
Philip Bolson, General Manager of The Grand Hotel & Spa, York said: "We are delighted to welcome hotel guests, York residents, and visiting tourists to The Rise. We're certain that our offering of great food, exceptional service, and live music is the perfect addition to our city's range of dining options."
For the latest menus and to book a table, please visit thegrandyork.co.uk