TUCK BOX: Late shift

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The Harley is marking its tenth anniversary by becoming a late night diner from this week…

The Glossop Road venue is launching a new burger menu and extending opening hours until 11pm, the latest stage in a transformation that began when the current management took over a decade ago. Since then the run-down hotel has become a popular music venue and burger bar – with budget rooms.

The Happy Days Diner was introduced in 2011, but the Twisted Burger Company branding soon took over and is now an established favourite.

City’s awards boost

Sheffield’s reputation as a foodie destination was given a boost last night when local businesses took three top prizes in the Deliciouslyorkshire Awards. The regional food group announced its annual accolades during a gala dinner at the National Railway Museum in York. And among the winners were Silversmiths restaurant – best use of local produce; Yorkshire Crisps – best ready-to-eat food; and GW Price of Eckington – best wholesaler.

Silver support

Family-run silverware manufacturer Carrs Silver has become the latest supporter of the Eat Sheffield Awards, presenting the Fine Dining Award, to be announced on October 28. MD Richard Carr said: “The Eat Sheffield awards have done a lot to raise the profile of our local food industry, so we are delighted to get involved.” Last year’s awards attracted over 10,000 votes; cast yours at www.eatsheffield.com/Eat_Sheffield_Awards_2013

Full of beans

Urban Pantry Deli at Crookes is giving customers a taste of local roasted coffee at its best on Saturday. The business launched its own-brand coffee last year in partnership with Simon Ford of the Sheffield Coffee Company, who will be on hand with information and free tasters.