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Caribbean restaurant chain ‘opening in Peterborough soon’

Turtle Bay, the Caribbean-themed restaurant chain, looks set to open in Peterborough.

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Warmington Mill

Historic mill would make stunning ‘destination dining’ restaurant

A stunning grade II listed converted mill with its own boat house is being offered to restaurateurs as a perfect location for destination dining.

Cafe Clarkes.

Key Theatre restaurant closes suddenly citing ‘non-viability’

Cafe Clarkes, the restaurant operating out of Peterborough’s Key Theatre, has closed.

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Looking back

LOOKING BACK: Can you identify this Peterborough location?

Today’s selection of pictures start with a challenge to identify the location of the picture at the top.

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Handmade Burger co hopes to make you happy

Peterborough burger restaurant wants to make customers happy

Handmade Burger Co in Peterborough’s Westage Arcade is on a mission to turn the famously miserable month of January into a ‘big fat smile on your face’ happy one, with a range of random deals, acts and facts of happiness ... starting today.

Eating Out

VOTE: What’s Peterborough’s best pizza restaurant?

This photograph of a pizza which accompanied the restaurant review in yesterday’s Peterborough Telegraph sparked plenty of debate.

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Pictured 20 years ago is the high-flying darts team from the Nags Head pub in Whalley Street. They were top of LVA League Division A and are pictured before a 6-1 win over Hand & Heart. That made it seven wins from seven matches and gave them a two-point advantage at the top over Three Horseshoes (Werrington). From the left are Tony Holdsworth, Mick Steels, Sue Dye, Ian Kent, Mick Eldred, Dennis Harbour, Margaret Griffiths, John Cox, John Dye, Tracy Harbour and John Harbour.

LOOKING BACK: Pizza chief in takeover talks at Posh

Twenty years ago this week Pizza Express founder Peter Boizot was involved in takeover talks at London Road.

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Pizza Parlour

Restaurant review: Lunchtime offering was music to my ears

The naysayers were quick to grumble when “another pizza restaurant” opened in Cowgate in September last year.

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Goretti Lobato

Mattoni to replace Riva restaurant in Eye

A Hampton restaurateur is looking forward to opening a second venue - bringing to an end a long search for the right location.

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City chef to host ‘Polish Jamie Oliver’ at gastropub

A Peterborough chef is looking forward to working alongside “the Polish Jamie Oliver” when the celebrity chef takes over 
the kitchen at his gastropub in April.

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The Sessions House in 1963

LOOKING BACK: Iconic buildings, changing times

Today’s pictures illustrate the rapidly changing face of the city.

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Puzzles? which opens in Bridge Street on Thursday

Peterborough’s newest city centre bar opens this week

Local songstress Agi Jarocka will play a special accoustic set on the stage at Peterborough’s newest city centre bar Puzzles?, when it opens on Thursday (12th).

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Sugar-free drinks as bad as real thing

Sugar-free drinks ‘as bad as real thing’

Drinking Diet Coke won’t stop you getting fat, according to new research.

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The Riva restaurant at Eye, Peterborough.

Italian restaurant Riva closes suddenly

A well-known Peterborough Italian restaurant has bid arrivederci to the village of Eye after more than three years.

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Pictured 20 years ago are  Posh WAGS Reserves who played in Division Two of  the Sunday Combination League. The shot was taken before a 6-3 loss to  Finance & Cash. Mark Baker scored all three WAGS goals. From the left are, back, Chris Stallebrass, Colin McInenney, Faz Mohammed, Peter Bellamy, sponsor Scott Wilson of Thistle Decorators, Paul Clarke, Gary Mays, Paul Reid, John Newman, Chris Butler, front, Mark Baker, Dave Crowson, Martin Crosse, mascot Robbie Wilson, Clive Molloy, Paul McDonald and Shaun Taylor.

LOOKING BACK: New Pirates management team sack the coach

One of the first things the new management team at city ice hockey club Peterborough Pirates did when they took charge 20 years ago was to sack coach Tony Hunter.

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Brad Barnes dines at the Apple Cart, Cardea, Peterborough

Great service and a value for money lunch at The Apple Cart

Don’t shout it too loudly but I am quite a fan of eating out at Marston’s food serving pubs.

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The last day the market was held in Market Place (now Cathedral Square).

LOOKING BACK: An historic day for Peterborough shoppers and traders

Today’s main picture is an historic one as it was taken on the last day Peterborough market traded on Market Place as it was then known.

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Clarkes in Queen Street, Peterborough

Clarkes restaurant bows out after three years in the city centre

Leading Peterborough fine dining restaurant Clarkes will serve its last meal in the city centre tomorrow night after more than three years.

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Pictured 20 years ago is the Whittlesey United Reserves side who played in Division Two of the Peterborough League. The shot was taken before a 3-1 win over Eye United Reserves - their first victory of the season. Their goals were scored by James Baker, Jamie Lazenby and Graham Robertson. From the left are, back, Mick Collins, Graham Robertson, Jody Vincent, Roy Bedford, Jamie Lazenby, Peter Bonney, Alan Quince, front, Ricky Hailstone, James Baker, Scott Ding, Paul Minett and Dennis Ilsley.

LOOKING BACK: Bjerre signs for Panthers, Carruthers on form for Posh, Keir wins squash title 40 years

A nostlagic return to sporting events from this week in years gone past...

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The Apple Cart pub, Cardea staff  with their awards including Telegraph Pub of the Year. Keith Fletcher, Sam Edley, Chloe Websdale, Danny Lees, Jessica Newton and Helen Corney EMN-161219-182648009

Keith and team Cart off Peterborough Telegraph Pub of the Year Award

Christmas came early for pub landlord Keith Fletcher when he learned the Apple Cart at Cardea had won the 2016 Peterborough Telegraph Pub Of The Year award.

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