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Celebrating Leeds' Best Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

The YEP Oliver Awards are back and bigger and better than before.

This will be the 13th year that the Yorkshire Evening Post has staged The Oliver Awards to celebrate and highlight what the Leeds food and drink scene has to offer, even after a turbulent couple of years due to the global pandemic.

We have some exciting new categories, which we hope will help businesses flourish, trends develop and help the food and drink in Leeds continue for many years.

This year we bring back our industry experts, to act as judges. They worked with us on the last event throughout the nomination, shortlisting and judging process and, after the taste tests they had the unenviable job of picking the winners.

When the awards were set up in 2008, it was seen as a chance to tell the world about the flourishing Leeds dining scene which has expanded way beyond anyone’s expectations and that is still what drives us. So, we hope you will join us in raising a glass to toast the success of one of the city’s most successful sectors in the 2022 YEP Oliver Awards.

The Awards

Host

Harry Gration
BBC presenter

Venue

Queen's Hotel, Leeds
The ceremony will take place in The Queen's Hotel

Awards

15 category awards
All shortlisted businesses will be invited to join the celebration

Event Details

28th March 2022
7.00pm - midnight
The Queen's Hotel, Leeds
Black tie

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Positioned on mixed tables for excellent networking opportunities

£70 + VAT*
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£650 + VAT*
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