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D&D opens two restaurants in Leeds


angelica at trinity leeds 2013 - Angelica-2013_resized.jpgRestaurant group D&D London – which owns veterans of the capital’s dining scene including Coq d’Argent, Launceston Place and Bluebird Café, as well as newcomers such as Angler, in the City – will launch two new ventures in Leeds this spring.

The restaurants, which will be called Crafthouse (pictured, below left) and Angelica (pictured, right), will both be located in the city’s new upmarket shopping-and-leisure development, Trinity Leeds, on the fifth and sixth floors respectively.

Crafthouse will serve regional British dishes, while Angelica will be an all-day affair serving international cuisine, with a bar that will focus on cocktails; it will also feature a wrap-around terrace with views over the city.

crafthouse at trinity leeds 2013 - Craft-House_resized.jpgAlthough D&D London operates internationally, with restaurant interests in Paris, Tokyo and New York as well as upcoming ventures planned in Istanbul, the launches in Leeds will be the group’s first in the UK outside the capital.

Both restaurants at Trinity Leeds are expected to open on 21 March.

This story was published in January 2013.

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