Timster2014's Scarborough, UK
The Crescent Hotel
Perched on the end of Scarborough's handsome Georgian crescent, overlooking the well-maintained gard...
Britannia Grand Hotel Scarborough
Scarborough's Grand Hotel is quite simply an icon, the largest hotel in Europe when it opened in 186...
Brewers Fayre Carousel
I'm afraid I've given up on Carousel, despite the convenience and central location. It's a dump, poo...
ASK - Scarborough
ASK is a well-established, accessible UK chain of Italian restaurants and usually that's right up my...
The Opera House Casino
56-64 St. Thomas Street
I find it very hard to forgive the Casino for having replaced the town's unforgivably lost 1200-seat...
I've never figured how far YMCA Theatre really registers with Scarborough's visitors and holiday-mak...
61-65 Castle Road
Of the cluster of Indian restaurants around the Castle Road roundabout in Scarborough's town centre,...
Stephen Joseph Theatre
To non-residents, SJT is "the Ayckbourn Theatre" where the town's resident playwright was artistic d...
I just love The Golden Grid, and usually take visiting friends there for lunch. Laid out over three ...
The Mist Bar
66 St Thomas Street
Mist is a bit of a chameleon, open all day and late-ish at night, changing colour at different times...
48-52 St Thomas Street
I last dined here on 26 February 2014, but it's a favourite of mine. It's not the cheapest Indian re...