Pubs in York

 

 

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Punchbowl


A very historical and classic York pub. The punch bowl has conections with the Whig Party and has also suffered two fires over its two hundred year history. It is also thought to be haunted. 

 

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Ye Olde Starre Inn


Said to be York's oldest liceneced inn and Grade II Listed building, this pub boasts a fabulous view of the York Minster from the beer garden. Great food and a full range of well kept guest ales and great food.

 

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Yorkshire Terrier


The newest of the cities very own York Brewery pubs, the Yorkshire Terrier has a fantastic range of its own ales as well as guest beers. It also has a small shop at the front selling meerchandice and its very own bottled ales.

 

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Harkers Bar

 

A high ceiling classic pub, Harkers is a fiend place to eat as well as drink. Where the pub now stands was once the Roman Praetorian Gates which was the main entrance to the city.

 

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Roman Bath

 

The Roman Bath is a popular pub when it comes to putting free live bands on. It is also a museum where Roman baths where discovered as well as other period items.

 

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Old White Swan

 

The Old White Swan on Goodramgate is one of York's most historic pubs with large range of real ales and ghostly tales to tell. One of the city’s most popular pubs

 

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Lendal Cellars

 

Located next to the Mansion House, the Lendal Cellars is located in what where the Cellars of the Lord Mayor of York. Quite an original layout for a public house and popular during the weekend.

 

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Evil Eye Lounge

 

The Evil Eye Lounge is York's 'place to be' and the queue on the weekend to get inside shows this. It is believed Johnny Depp popped in for a drink during the filming of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

 

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Three Legged Mare

 

One of York's newest public houses, the Three Legged Mare (or wonky donkey to the regulars) is welcome addition to the cities own York Brewery chain. A fine welcome and fine real ales.

 

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The Last Drop Inn

 

 

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The Punchbowl

The Punchbowl Stonegate York

 

Ye Olde Starre Inne

Ye Olde Starre Inne Stonegate York

 

The Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier Stonegate York

 

Harkers Bar

Harkers Bar York

 

The Lendel Cellars

The Lendel Cellars York

 

The Evil Eye Lounge

The Evil Eye Lounge York

 

Roman Bath

Roman Bath

 

Three Legged Mare

Three Legged Mare

 

Pubs in York