Steeped in history and nestled in the hills of the Peak District, the Butchers Arms in Hepworth is at the heart of the village.
Chef patron Mark Hogan and partner Caroline Kimber opened the pub, which prides itself on ‘delicious French cuisine in a traditional Yorkshire pub’.
With friendliness and service at the forefront of the pub’s ethos, the husband and wife team feel their years in the hospitality industry have led to their most exciting venture – the Butchers Arms.
The couple want to share their love of fine French-influenced food and dedication to pulling the perfect pint with their guests and so, the pub plays host to French tasting evenings and Thai banquets with fresh ingredients creating colourful tastes to appeal to all.
Menu highlights include confit de canard, locally reared, slow-cooked, crispy skinned duck leg, served with green beans and garlic and parsley sautéed potatoes (£16.95); moules frites, mussels in a white wine and herb broth served with frites maison (£15.95), and Ragout de Biche, venison casserole served with red cabbage, celeriac chips and honeyed chestnuts (£17.95).
The pub’s extensive drinks list features more than 30 sparkling, white, red, rosé and dessert wines and 13 spirit offerings.