The 7 Best Yorkshire Bars

The 7 Best Bars In Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a county that has nearly everything you could want in life, from great food, and scenery, to wonderful people. Most of all though, it has a selection of some of the finest pubs in bars in the UK.

We’ve picked the 7 very best for you to head out and enjoy a good night out in….

The best bars in Yorkshire:

1. Gin Lane

This Halifax bar has tapped into the huge appetite for gin around the UK and with over 60 varieties and a large range of tonics, you won’t be short of options. Some great cocktails too if you want something a little more adventurous.

As an added bonus they have a retail store, where they stock over 200 gins.

Gin Lane Bars In Yorkshire

2. The Queens Arms

The Queens Arms is a traditional 17th-century inn located in Litton in the Yorkshire Dales, offering real ales, home cooked food and four guest bedrooms. It’s a proper cosy pub that you’re never going to want to leave. The friendly staff are what make it.

The Queens Arms Bars In Yorkshire

3. Ye Olde White Harte

Blink and you could miss this brilliant pub in Hull. Down an alleyway that opens into a courtyard, you’ll find a semi hidden oasis of fun.

The place to go for a few pints that might turn into a fun night out, with super friendly staff helping you along.

Ye Olde White Harte Bars In Yorkshire

4. Whitelock’s Ale House

This is a proper old-school ale house that’s changed very little over the years. This Leeds venue has everything that you could ever want from a cosy pub, where you’d spend the day sipping on pints with really good friends.

Whitelock’s Ale House Bars In Yorkshire

5. North Brewing Co. Tap Room

North Brewing Co was founded in 2015 by John Gyngell and Christian Townsley, the pioneers behind legendary Leeds beer venue North Bar, which opened in 1997. This is their newest venture and a wonderful place to see how beer is being modernised.

Basically, it’s people at the top of their craft pushing things to another level.

North Brewing Co. Bars In Yorkshire

6. House Of The Trembling Madness

This medieval ale house, located on Stonegate, near the York Minster, is one of York’s most famous pubs. Coming here is an experience; you’ll wish the walls could talk to relay some of the stories of years gone by.

House Of The Trembling Madness

7. The Maven

This Leeds bar serves up some of the very best cocktails, not just in Yorkshire but in the whole country. Throw in a great food menu and their lush interiors and you have the makings of a top night out.

The Maven

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