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  • Bolton Abbey Weddings by the Waterside

    We teamed up with Bolton Abbey, Shades Marquee's and Brides Up North, to showcase this spectacular riverside marquee venue on the 4th June 17.

  • Leading Yorkshire based florist, Twisted Willow shares some interesting floral facts

    Clients now, more than ever, want to know where suppliers source their produce, or in this case... flowers; Joanna has kindly offered to share her expertise, by opening a little window into her world of studio floristry.

  • Keziah & John's Wedding at The Mansion

    We are delighted to be able to share Keziah & John's wedding journey with Dine at The Mansion in Roundhay Park, Leeds. Be inspired by their beautiful decorative flourishes and host of incredible suppliers.

  • Dine with Lauden Chocolate

    Choosing exceptional suppliers is a fundamental part of our success as a business and Lauden are contributors towards the quality of the details we deliver at our events; with Easter fast approaching, we hope that you enjoy reading this!

  • Northern Ballet VIP Event - Casanova

    Alan Gallacher, events & business development manager at Northern Ballet briefed Dine to cater for the VIP event to celebrate the world première of Casanova. With such a high-profile event that would set the stage for the ballet, it was essential that the catering offered matched the exceptional quality of Northern Ballet events.

  • Testimonials - What people say about Dine...

    Revealing what people say about Dine. Recommendations are so important when selecting an event management or catering service. Sharing a few comments from suppliers and clients received in the last few months, offers a little insight in to why people choose to work with us.

  • Valentine's Theme Ambassadors' Dinner

    Valentine's themed Ambassadors' dinner "three steps to your heart" menu, with the intention to delight our carefully selected guests.

  • Brass Agency Christmas Party

    Guests arrived at the venue located 15 minutes from Leeds city centre from 5.45pm and were greeted with an arrival cocktail in the Grand Staircase Hall. Guests were offered the opportunity to take photographs with supplied props and the Mad Hatter himself offering an opportunity to post on social media. Those who felt so inclined could test their strategic skills by taking part in a giant chess game in the Colonnades, or have a game of flamingo ‘croquet’.

  • Dine with Flowers in your Hair - Ambassadors' Dinner

    We developed an indulgent menu, breaking the usual January rules of fasting, dieting and detox... because frankly none of that stuff is any fun at all! Chef designed a menu fit for royalty, with elements of smoke (giving up smoking), chocolate and fine wines were paired with every dish (dry January - no alcohol).

  • A Golden Wedding Anniversary Celebration at The Mansion

    This lovely couple came to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with their children, in the place where it all began 50 years ago. We are all hopeless romantics at Dine, so on hearing their story we wanted to do something really special for this couple and decided to recreate their wedding menu from 1966, with a Dine twist!

  • Five Top Tips to Spice up your Festive Feast

    At Christmas, we all look forward to the annual gathering of family and friends, yet the day itself can be frenetic with all that present opening (if you’ve been good), cooking and hospitality. The key to enjoying the day is planning, according to Mark Dawson, Head Chef at Dine. Here are his top tips to spice up your festive feast.

  • A Regency Christmas Feast, fit for an Ambassador!

    An indulgent feast steeped in festive opulence, celebrating the hard work and successes of 2016. This regency inspired menu was designed with the surroundings and seasonality in mind; taking the traditional values of a Christmas dinner and adding a key ingredient - 'the Dine difference' to make it a feast for the memory books!