Pubs and bars
From historic inns with cosy corners, exposed beams and open fires, to vibrant modern cocktail bars serving the latest spirits, the pubs and bars in this region are diverse and enticing.
After a long ramble along the stunning coastline or across the open fields of the Wolds, there are many wonderful countryside pubs to choose from for a well-earned drink, with many serving home cooked food and local ales. Unique pubs are always special and there are plenty of those here too, with some offering stunning sea views with your pint or, for those who like a craft ale, have their very own microbreweries or gin distillery on the premises.
With top quality service that’s just what you need after a walk along a leafy canal, down a secluded country lane or beside the sand dunes. Friendly welcomes, cosy firesides and delightful pub gardens, give you time and space to enjoy with your best friend or the whole family.
You’d be right to expect fine dining inns and country pubs in East Yorkshire and you won’t be disappointed by the menu - sublime parsnip soup, amazing potted crab, a pint of local brew or a glass of award-winning wine - so the locals say.
If you are looking for a hearty meal or a unique ale you will find Beverley has an historic pub on almost every corner, brimming with history and atmosphere. Visit the White Horse (Nellies) for a labyrinth of gas lit rooms brimming with atmosphere or Chequers Micropub for your real ale, cider perry and real conversation.
With regular live music, classic drinks and coffee, House of Bevs is a must visit independent bar on Beverley Beckside with regular live music and kitchen takeovers. Or try an evening out in Beverley town centre sampling delicious cocktails, tasty tapas or exciting bistro menus.
Real ale, wine and cocktail lovers alike have plenty of choice as well as busy bars in towns and villages across East Yorkshire with a fantastic mix of cocktails, wines and champagnes, real ales and locally produced beers.
So, choose your location, your tipple and your table companion and raise a toast to a very special trip to East Yorkshire.