This is a restaurant on the A65. For Newby Bridge on the A590, see Newby Bridge.
Newby services was signposted as a full service station, but it only ever offered a restaurant, causing some customers and staff to feel the signs should be taken down.
It first opened as a small, flat-roofed restaurant in the 1950s. This was positioned next to a farmhouse-style building. These were taken over by Little Chef in the 1970s, and re-built by them in the 1980s following storm damage. In its rural location, the restaurant was judged to be under-performing by Little Chef and closed in January 2012.
Some of the staff stayed on and ran it as Diner 65 until late 2013. The building was later acquired by local chef Ed Hurst in October 2015 who, over the course of 2016 and early 2017, converted the building into the Goat Gap Café. The new café opened on 27 March 2017.
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