Yorkshire Relish LGBT Dining Group

 

The Yorkshire Relish LGB T* Dining group was first set up in Leeds back in 1994, providing social opportunities to meet new people as an alternative to the bar scene. Since the group was taken over by community volunteer Rob Wilson back in 2013 its seen a few changes, including becoming digital in 2014 with the development of the website for online bookings (previously all communication was by letter and emails), becoming Trans* inclusive in 2015 and then most recently being opened up for members to bring none LGB T* guests - making the group fully inclusive.

The group meets at various restaurants in Leeds City Centre up to 10 times a year, offering a variety of dining experiences whilst also making yearly visits to their firm favourites of the Novotel Hotel, Tharavadu & My Thai. Meals are usually attended by between 20 - 45 guests, including a full range of ages and genders.

Food choices and payments are all done in advance via their website, so on the evening you just need to sit back and enjoy your meal (but you'll have to pay for your drinks when ordering them on the night!).

Their next meal is on Friday 24th March at Tharavadu, but don't delay as bookings close 2 weeks in advance of the meal.

The Yorkshire Relish LGB T* Dining group was first set up in Leeds back in 1994, providing social opportunities to meet new people as an alternative to the bar scene. Since the group was taken over by community volunteer Rob Wilson back in 2013 its seen a few changes, including becoming digital in 2014 with the development of the website for online bookings (previously all communication was by letter and emails), becoming Trans* inclusive in 2015 and then most recently being opened up for members to bring none LGB T* guests - making the group fully inclusive.

The group meets at various restaurants in Leeds City Centre up to 10 times a year, offering a variety of dining experiences whilst also making yearly visits to their firm favourites of the Novotel Hotel, Tharavadu & My Thai. Meals are usually attended by between 20 - 45 guests, including a full range of ages and genders.

Food choices and payments are all done in advance via their website, so on the evening you just need to sit back and enjoy your meal (but you'll have to pay for your drinks when ordering them on the night!).

Their next meal is on Friday 24th March at Tharavadu, but don't delay as bookings close 2 weeks in advance of the meal.

http://yorkshirerelishdining.co.uk/

 
Food & DrinkRob Wilson