Food and drink in Wakefield
Dotted around the city centre of Wakefield are a number of independent cafes, as well as some of the high street’s most popular names. Two of our favourite independent offerings are Marmalade on the Square and Mocha Moocha, both which offer a friendly and relaxed feel alongside homemade treats and delightful afternoon teas. Further afield in Whitwood near Castleford, Twisted Tree is a firm favourite with locals and a destination for out of towners. With breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, there’s something suitable for everyone’s palate.
Bars which can be enjoyed in Wakefield include Supper Club, Elliott's Bar, which hosts an open mic night every Wednesday, The Hop and there’s also Wakefield’s lively Latin Quarter. And if it’s restaurants you’re after, there’s plenty to choose from. Fino, Qubana and Robatary are established favourites, whilst new offerings such as the Yorkshire Brasserie are appearing all of the time.
Once a historic market town, Wakefield is now a vibrant city undergoing redevelopment and increasing its profile. With its strong heritage in arts and culture, plenty of history and a wide variety of places to eat and drink, it’s a brilliant place to call home. And if previous experience is anything to go by, if you’re thinking of moving to Wakefield and making this city your next home, then don’t waste any time because homes here don’t hang around for long! Avoid missing out, and book a viewing to see our collection of contemporary new homes at Rhythm and Verve today.