Even if you're stuck in an office all day, your lunch break is the perfect opportunity to enjoy sunny weather in Huddersfield.

Get away from it all and enjoy a spot of lunch al fresco, with options to eat out in Huddersfield town centre or enjoy your sandwiches in a scenic spot.

We've had a look for places to enjoy your lunch outside in the town centre and make the most of your dinner break — don't forget the sun cream!

St Peter's Gardens

Spring flowers in St. Peter's Gardens

Turn your packed lunch into a picnic at St Peter's Gardens, off Byram Street. Take a seat on the grass, relax on a bench and enjoy some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of work.

Revolution

Revolution bar, Cross Church St, Huddersfield. the rooftop terrace with retractable roof.

Treat yourself to some rooftop dining at Revolution, which opened its new outdoor terrace as part of last year's major refurb. They also offer a 15-minute lunch promise until 3pm Monday to Friday, which promises to serve your lunch in 15 minutes — or you'll eat for free! Handy for those with clock-watching bosses...

The Keys

Sunshine at the Keys Cafe, Huddersfield Parish Church
Sunshine at the Keys Cafe, Huddersfield Parish Church

Although based in the crypt of St Peter's Church in the town centre, The Keys Restaurant and Coffee House also offers outdoor seating for a spot of lunch in the sunshine. The eaterie offers a salad bar, jacket potatoes, sandwiches and a specials menu.

St George's Square

St. George's Square, Huddersfield.
St. George's Square, Huddersfield.

Watch the world go by from a bench or take a seat on the steps while your enjoy your lunch in St George's Square, a reliable Huddersfield sun trap. Laugh at the people hurrying to and from the train station as you relax with your salad or sandwich and return to your desk refreshed (especially if the fountains are switched on!).

Slug and Lettuce

The Slug and Lettuce, King Street, Huddersfield.

Grab a bargain lunch outdoors at Slug and Lettuce, with offers for lunch Monday-Friday. On Monday, the King Street bar offers 50 per cent off all dishes, while Tuesday-Friday, its lunch menu offers dishes for £5.99 until 4pm, including sandwiches, wraps, salads and burritos.

The Warehouse

Enjoy the sun at The Warehouse
Enjoy the sun at The Warehouse

This Zetland Street pub is ideal for lunch or a post-work beer garden pint, with burgers, hot dogs, salads, wings and ribs on the menu. Plenty of room outside for a naughty-but-nice lunch in the sun trap beer garden, and drinks offers at 5pm on Fridays to round off the working week. Tempting.

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Greenhead Park

For a real lunch break escape, Greenhead Park is just a ten minute walk from Huddersfield town centre, with ample space for a picnic and some sunbathing on your lunch hour. Relax on a picnic blanket or take a stroll around the scenic park.

Merry England

Director of the Merrie England group of coffee shops, Gina Hanselman, with area manager, Richard Holden who raise a cup to the refit of their shop on New Street, Huddersfield.
Director of the Merrie England group of coffee shops, Gina Hanselman, with area manager, Richard Holden who raise a cup to the refit of their shop on New Street, Huddersfield.

A Huddersfield favourite, Merrie England is always popular on a sunny day, with a cluster of tables outside in New Street. Enjoy a hot beef sandwich, a cuppa or a slice of cake al fresco — it's also a great spot for people watching with shoppers strolling by.

Where is your favourite spot for an outdoor lunch in the town centre?

Email your suggestions to Samantha.Gildea@trinitymirror.com and we'll add them to our list!