Scarborough pubs

Latest update 12 Oct 2014

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And below, we have a full list of Scarborough pubs and a google map:

Albert, 58 North Marine Road, YO12 7PE
Opening hours: Summer: 12-12 ( 1am Fri & Sat). Winter: 3( 12 Sat)-11( 1.30am Fri & Sat)
The Albert is a single-roomed local located some 5 minutes walk from the town centre and close to the Scarborough Cricket Club. One house beer and a seasonal guest are offered together with a real cider. Bar meals are served 12am-7pm every day. A games area is situated at the rear of the main room. Live entertainment is a regular feature weekend evenings with quiz nights every Wednesday. Multi-screened TVs show major sporting events.
(01723) 361489
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Alma, 1 Alma Parade, YO11 1SJ
Opening hours: 11.30-11; 11.30-midnight Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
A town centre local just off the main shopping precinct with two rooms containing a large and varied collection of memorabilia. The cosy back snug bar retains an "olde-world" character even though it now doubles as a games room. One regular beer and three rotating guests are offered together with Old Rosie cider. There is a smoking/drinking area at the front of the pub. Children are welcome until early evening.
(01723) 840068
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Ambassador Hotel, 36-38 The Esplanade, YO11 2AY
Opening hours: 10-1am
This hotel is located at the end of an impressive Victorian Terrace overlooking the South Bay and above The Spa. A comfortable lounge bar is open to non-residents and offers a regularly rotating guest ale with bar meals available throughout the day. All accommodation is en-suite and there is a "Spa and Beauty" facility. The Ambassador can cater for business conferences for up to 120 delegates. Quiz nights and live entertainment take place when coach parties are booked in.
(01723) 362841
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Angel, 46 North Street, YO11 1DF
Opening hours: 11-midnight; 12-midnight Sun
Friendly town-centre local close to the main shopping area, with a single-room horseshoe bar displaying an excellent collection of saucy seaside postcards. An interest in sport and games is reflected in the impressive array of trophies won by various pub teams and the large-screen TVs for viewing sporting events. Occasional guest beers are added in summer. It has a surprisingly spacious and well-appointed patio garden at the rear with two of its boundary walls displaying a superb example of "graffiti wall art" depicting Angels in a misty woodland setting.
(01723) 365504
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Barbican, 4-13 St Nicholas Street, YO11 2HF
Opening hours: 10-11.30 Mon-Wed; 10-1.30am Thu-Sat; 10-midnight Sun
The Barbican has recently been refurbished, transforming the venue into the modern trendy bar it is now and is located in the "night-life" heart of the town centre. The large split-level main bar is divided into several eating areas ( all disabled friendly ).There are four rotating guest ales on offer. All day food menus are available. Popular with party-goers, when the music is turned up. Football fans can "catch the match" on the giant screen. Live entertainment features on occasional weekends. Real cider is available from time to time.
(01723) 366433
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Black Lion Hotel, 12 North Street, YO11 1DF
Opening hours: Winter: 12-7( 11 Thu,midnight Fri & Sat,6 Sun). Summer: 12-11( midnight Fri & Sat,10 Sun)
This traditional two-roomed town centre local is situated close to the main shopping precinct. Two guest beers are offered with an additional one in summer ( from Marston portfolio ). Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes ( except on Monday ). Accommodation is available. Live entertainment features at weekends and at the rear is a partially covered drinking/smoking area.
(01723) 363717
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Black Swan Hotel, 26 Queen Street, YO11 1HA
Opening hours: 11-11; 12-11 Sun
Traditional single roomed street corner local with an "Olde world" feel. A rotating guest ale is offered with an additional ale during holidays and the summer season. Pub teams participate in local pool and domino leagues. To the rear is located an award winning beer garden/smoking area. Bar snacks are planned for summer.
(01723) 373074
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Boatman's Tavern, Northstead Manor Gardens, YO12 6PF
Opening hours: Summer: 11-5; weekends only, Easter to May & Sept; closed Winter
Probably the smallest Pub in Yorkshire located adjacent to the Open Air Theatre. Essentially a converted hut with a padded bench which seats 3 adults and tiny bar. A serving hatch is busy during warm weather and there are several tables fronting the water park where parents can keep an eye on their offspring. Opening hours can become flexible at the start and end of the season so it's best to check by phone.
(01723) 368791
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Byways Hotel, Station Road,Crossgate, YO12 4LT
Opening hours: 11-11; 11-midnight Fri & Sat
Situated 3 miles from Scarborough town centre, just off the A64, this pub is one of the "Hungry Horse" chain and specialises in providing an extensive range of quality food. The main bar is divided into several dining areas, each with a different character. Regular real ales are offered from the Greene King portfolio. Food is served throughout the day. The pub is very family orientated and there is an outdoor play area. Live football can be watched on large Plasma screens. The Sunday quiz night is always popular.
(01723) 863254
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Carousel, Falconers Road, YO11 2EN
Opening hours: 11-11; 11-midnight Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
The Carousel Pub Restuarant is one of the "Brewers Fayre" chain and situated in a recently constructed building close to the shopping precinct. Two house cask ales are offered. Early breakfasts and all-day meals are served daily. There are also the popular "Theme nights" with "all you can eat" buffets which can be enjoyed in place of the regular dishes.
(01723) 343291
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Cask Inn, Cambridge Terrace, YO11 2LQ
Opening hours: 12-midnight
The Cask Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of the town centre and has several rooms on the ground floor serving home-cooked food throughout the day. Rotating guest ales are available in addition to the two regulars. There are two games areas. The "Cask Club" function room is situated below the main bar and is home to the Scarborough Blues Club every Thursday night. Jazz nights are held on Wednesdays. The Cask is popular with locals and students.
(01723) 500570
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Castle Tavern, 49 Castle Road, YO11 1BG
Opening hours: 11-midnight
A busy,two-roomed,town centre local with spacious eating area. Food is served evenings only ( except for Sunday lunchtime ). Pool and darts are played in the games room. Multi-screen TV shows major sporting events. Live entertainment features at weekends.
(01723) 365626
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Cellars, 35-37 Valley Road, YO11 2LY
Opening hours: 4-11 winter; 12-midnight Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Scarborough's longest consecutive GBG entry (15 years), a family-run pub converted from the cellars of a Victorian house. Six handpumps dispense guest beers from micros around the country. Excellent locally sourced, home-cooked food is available lunchtimes and evenings, with Sunday lunches particularly popular. Quiz night is Tuesday, open mic night is Wednesday, local acoustic acts appear on Thursday, and Saturday is live music night. The patio fronting the pub is popular in summer. Children and dogs are welcome and accommodation is available.
(01723) 36715
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Commercial Hotel, 83 Falsgrave Road, YO12 5EG
Opening hours: 12-11.30; 12-midnight Fri-Sun
Recently refurbished, this busy traditional local is located in Falsgrave with an open-plan room divided into a lounge and function area plus a separate games room (pool and darts). Two regular beers are offered together with one guest. Saturday is "band night" , also live music on Sunday afternoons with "open-mic" nights every Monday. There are also weekly quiz nights.
(01723) 366338
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Crown Tavern, 8 Scalby Road, YO12 5QB
Opening hours: 12-11; 12-11.30 Fri & Sat
This Grade II listed pub is one of the Marston plc chain and is a busy local situated 10 minutes walking time from the town centre. Real ales are available from the Marston portfolio with two regulars and two changing guests. There is an extensive all day food menu on offer together with various food theme nights. Sunday quiz nights are popular and the pub has a pool and darts team which compete in local leagues.
(01723) 378204
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Duchess, 152 Hovingham Drive, YO12 5DZ
Opening hours: closed Mon & Tue; 12-11
The Duchess is a friendly community pub situated near Scarborough Hospital and popular with locals. There are three drinking areas in the pub; the Sportsmans bar, lounge and conservatory together with a spacious beer garden. Rotating guest beers are served in addition to the house beer. An extensive food menu is available for lunchtimes and evenings - there are also food theme nights. The Sunday quiz nights are a regular event and there is occasional live entertainment at weekends. kers are catered for at the rear. A "hail & ride" bus service passes the pub.
(01723) 351884
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Golden Ball, 31 Sandside, YO11 1PG
Opening hours: 11-11; 12-10.30 Sun
Pub with striking mock Tudor appearance situated on the seafront, with fabulous views across the harbour to the lighthouse and South Bay. The only Sam Smith's pub in Scarborough, it is multi-roomed and features a sea-view bar, downstairs bar (doubling as a function room),family room and a popular beer garden at the rear. It becomes a cosy gem in winter, warmed by a real fire. This pub upholds the Sam Smith's policy of "Music Free" and is ideal for those who prefer a quiet drink.
(01723) 353899
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Highlander Bar, 15-16 The Esplanade, YO11 2AF
Opening hours: 11-11; 11-11.30 Fri & Sat; 11.30-11 Sun
This pub is an integral part of the Highlander Hotel and offers a Scottish-themed lounge, cellar bar and carvery. Enjoy superb views of the South Bay from the patio. An extensive collection of malt whiskies is on show ( 800 bottles ), 20-25 are regularly on sale, alongside a changing guest beer in addition to the three house beers. An excellent lunch menu and Sunday carvery draw a large local trade. There are also food theme nights - Quiz nights on Thursday. No loud music or machines spoil the atmosphere. Smokers are catered for at the rear.
(01723) 365627
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Hole In The Wall, 26-32 Vernon Road, YO11 2PS
Opening hours: 4-11; 12-midnight Sat; 12-11 Sun
Built in the 1840's, the pub has a split-level interior with three seating areas. This friendly, conversational pub is handy for the town centre and spa complex. Rotating guest beers are offered from the Marston's portfolio. There is a an outside covered and heated smoking area to the side of the pub. Live music can be enjoyed every weekend evening. The pub holds a "bar boot" event on Sunday afternoons.
(01723) 325996
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Indigo Alley, 4 North Marine Road, YO12 7PD
Opening hours: 4-11; 12-11 Fri-Sun
Recently upgraded into a welcomimg open-plan pub retaining a rustic feel and sporting a logburner, this venue has come back on the real ale and traditional cider trail after a few years in the wilderness and has been voted as CAMRA runner up town pub of the year 2013. It is a true free house, with bare floorboards and the advantage of pool, darts, dominoes and chess. Locally brewed Indigo Ale (from Wold Top) and draught Thatchers cider complement specialist lagers. It is dog- and child friendly, with live entertainment every Friday and Saturday.
(01723) 350599
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Ivanhoe Hotel, Burniston Road, YO12 6QX
Opening hours: 11-10.30; 11-11.30 Fri & Sat; 12-11.30 Sun
A large community pub on the outskirts of town adjacent to the North Cliff Golf Course. The large single room is divided into a spacious drinking/dining area with horseshoe shaped bar, conservatory and games area. Freshly cooked meals are served throughout the day. En-siute accommodation is available. Outdoors is a small pets compound for the children, a covered smoking area and spacious beer garden.
(01723) 366063
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Leeds Arms, 26 St Mary's Street, YO11 1QW
Opening hours: 11-11 (midnight Mon); 11-midnight Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
Small, thriving one-roomed, Grade II listed pub situated in the Old Town area of Scarborough behind the harbour. Fishing and yachting pictures and memorabilia adorn the walls. An eclectic mix of locals gives rise to lively conversation. There is always a magnificent display of hanging baskets outside. The pub is dog but not children friendly. There is a covered smoking area at the rear of the pub. Quiz nights are on Monday.
(01723) 361699
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Leeds Hotel, West Sandgate, YO11 1QL
Opening hours: 10-midnight; 12-midnight Sun
The Grade II listed Leeds Hotel is located close to the sea-front and provides a warm welcome to locals and visitors. This is a single roomed pub with horseshoe bar and adorned with numerous photographs relating to the local fishing industry. Four cask ales are offered ( 2 regulars & 2 guests ), usually sourced from Wold Top. En-suite accommodation is available in 5 letting rooms, presently on a room only basis. Pub teams participate in local darts league.
(01723) 354117
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Lord Rosebery, 85-87 Westborough, YO11 1JW
Opening hours: 9am-midnight
The Lord Rosebery was originally built in 1895 as the Scarborough Liberal Headquarters and then acquired by the CO-OP after World War 2 who opened a walk-round store in the building. This busy pub is on two levels with a bar located on both. Frequently changing guest beers are available and food is served all day every day.
(01723) 361191
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Merchant, 27-29 Eastborough, YO11 1NG
Opening hours: 2-midnight; 12-midnight Sat; 12-11 Sun
The Merchant is a multi-levelled single-roomed pub with an upstairs function room and bar, located close to the South beach. Of note is the main bar which is constructed with sawn-off pieces of railway sleepers. Meals are served from the next door cafe on request. En-suite accommodation is available. This is a live-music orientated establishment with events occuring most nights of the week and is home to the Scarborough Folk Club who meet on Mondays
(01723) 351426
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Mist Bar, 66 St Thomas Street, YO11 1DU
Opening hours: 12-midnight; 12-3am Fri & Sat
Mist is a busy and lively town-centre,single-roomed, lounge bar with comfortable modern furnishings. In addition to a regular cask ale, draught continental lagers and a wide selection of bottled beers are offered. Home cooked meals are served throughout the day. Live entertainment features at weekends. To the rear is a partially covered drinking/smoking area.
(01723) 360030
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Nags Head, 35 High Street,Scalby, YO13 0PT
Opening hours: 12-2.30, 5-midnight; 12-midnight Fri-Sun
This Grade II listed "ale house", the Nags Head is a traditional two-roomed local, situated at the heart of picturesque Scalby village - visitors and locals are welcome alike throughout the year. There is a sociable bar, comfortable lounge and cosy snug. Home-cooked food is available at lunchtimes. The Nags Head plays an integral part of village life with the organising of money raising events for local charities. Live music is featured on the last Saturday of the month and weekly quiz nights are every Tuesday.
(01723) 373229
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Nelson Inn, 29 Victoria Road, YO11 1SB
Opening hours: 12-11; 12-midnight Fri & Sat
Busy popular town centre local just a short walk from the shopping precinct. A large single roomed bar with games area. Major sporting events screened on TV. The Nelson can get lively during weekend evenings with entertainment featuring popular local artists.
(01723) 500119
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New Tavern, 131 Falsgrave Road, YO12 5EY
Opening hours: 12-11
This Grade II listed building (circa 1690's) is a busy traditional local's pub in the Falsgrave drinking circuit. One house beer plus a rotating guest ( from Marston portfolio ) are offered. A single ground-floor room is divided into bar and games areas together with an upstairs function room and bar. A "secret" beer garden is located at the rear. Bar snacks are available on request. The pub has several teams participating in local pool and darts leagues. Occasional live entertainment is featured at weekends.
(01723) 448147
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Newlands Park Hotel, Newlands Park Drive, YO12 6DW
Opening hours: 2-11 (11.30 Thu; midnight Fri); 11-12.30am Sat; 12-11 Sun
Food: 5-9 Mon; 8-midnight; 5-9 Wed; 5-9 Fri
Located in a residential area north of the town centre, this large two-roomed community local has a main bar and separate games room (which can be utilised for functions). The pub is sports orientated and boasts teams participating in local leagues; Football,Netball,Pool & Darts. Regular food feature evenings are popular. Bar snacks are available on request during the day and breakfasts are served daily from 8am. There is live entertainment every Saturday night.
(01723) 507134
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North Riding Brew Pub, 161-163 North Marine Road, YO12 7HU
Opening hours: 12-midnight; 12-1am Fri & Sat
Scarborough's only brewpub and current Local CAMRA Town Pub of the Year, it is on the North Bay, just down from the cricket ground. It has now served nearly 2000 guest beers in addition to its own North Riding beers. Two or more guests come from microbreweries from far and wide and it is a regular outlet for Elland, Thornbridge and Yorkshire Dales. The pub has a public bar, a quiet lounge and an upstairs dining room serving home-cooked food, all with real fires. Quiz night is Thursday.
(01723) 370004
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Old Scalby Mills, Scalby Mills Road, YO12 6RW
Opening hours: 11( 12 Winter)-11
This popular seafront local was originally a watermill but has seen many uses over the years - old photographs and prints chart its history. Admire the superb views of the North Bay from the sheltered patio, conservatory or lounge. The Cleveland Way reaches the seafront here and there is a Sealife Centre nearby. Children are welcome in the lounge. North Bay ale from the local Wold Top Brewery is only available here; guest beers invariably include a stout, porter or mild.
(01723) 500449
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Poachers Barn, Osgodby Lane, Osgodby, YO11 3QH
Opening hours: 12-midnight
Food: 12-9.30; 12-8 Sun
The Poachers Barn is a friendly community pub situated some 3 miles from the Scarborough town centre in Osgodby village. Two regular cask beers and a rotating guest, all from the Marston portfolio, are available. An all-day food menu is offered and there are food theme nights (meals may be eaten in the main bar or restaurant ). Accommodation is available. Live entertainment is on Friday nights and quiz nights are popular. Smokers are catered for at the rear of the pub. Dogs are welcome, but not in the restaurant.
(01723) 449134
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Prince of Wales, 2 Castle Road, YO11 1XA
Opening hours: 11-11; 11-1am Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
This busy single-roomed town-centre local is located just a few minutes walk from the shopping precinct and is renowned for its friendly atmosphere. An L-shaped bar serves the main drinking area. Accommodation is available. Regular live entertainment takes place during weekend evenings.
(01723) 373517
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Ramshill Hotel, 66 Ramshill Road, YO11 2QG
Opening hours: 11-11.30
A busy single-roomed local located on the A165 Scarborough to Bridlington road in the South Cliff area of town. The large main room has an L-shaped bar and a separate games area. Pub teams participate in local leagues. Live entertainment features during weekend evenings. An outdoor smoking area is provided at the rear.
(01723) 364856
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Red Square, 1-3 The Crescent, YO11 2PW
Opening hours: 12-1am
Food: 12-9
Red Square is a single roomed cocktail bar located on The Crescent close to the town centre and part of a Grade II listed Georgian building. A seasonal guest ale is offered together with a wide range of bottled craft ale, both British and International. Old Rosie draught cider is also available. An extensive food menu is available with the Sunday roast a favourite. This bar is family friendly during the day and dogs are also welcome. A smoking facility is provided in the terraced garden.
(01723) 365766
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Rivelyn Hotel, 1-4 Crown Crescent, YO11 2BJ
Opening hours: 5-11
The Rivelyn Hotel, located on the South Cliff, a few minutes walk from the town centre, has recently been acquired by the owners of the Scarborough Brewery and award winning Valley Bar. The bar area is comfortably furnished and offers two cask ales from the Scarborough Brewery together with a selection of Belgian and German bottled beers. Entertainment and activities are being planned for the future.
(01723) 363513
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Rosette, 2 Hackness Road, YO12 5RY
Opening hours: 11-11.30 (midnight Thu; 12.30am Fri & Sat)
The Rosette is a large pub located in Newby, a northern suburb of Scarborough, and is one of the "Sizzling Pubs" chain. This is a two-roomed pub with a front tap room separated into a drinking and games area with the large rear eating area to the rear. An extensive menu is offered, with meals served all day. There is a spacious outdoor drinking area together with a children's play area and at the side is a covered smoking area. The weekly quiz is held on Thursday nights. Real ales are cask marque apporoved. Dogs are welcome in the front bar.
(01723) 507214
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Scalby Manor Hotel, Burniston Road, YO13 0DA
Opening hours: 10-11
Scalby Manor Hotel is located off the A165 just north of Scalby Beck and is part of the "Crown Carveries" chain. Meals are available throughout the day, with breakfasts served between 9am -11am ( every day in Summer , Sat & Sun in Winter ) and the carvery from 11am - 9.30pm every day of the week - no booking is required. The cask ale is cask marque approved. Popular with locals and visitors from the nearby caravan park. At the side is a spacious beer garden encompassing a childrens play area. Smokers are catered for at the front. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends.
(01723) 503452
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Scarborough Arms, 1 North Terrace, YO11 1HU
Opening hours: Winter:5-11;12-11 Sat&Sun Summer:12-3,5-11;12-11 Sat&Sun
Food: 12-2.30, 5-8.30; 12-8 Sun
An extensively renovated two-roomed, family friendly, pub based on a medieval theme and renowned for its qualitiy cuisine. One house beer plus a couple of seasonal guests are offered (more in Summer). Home cooked meals are served every evening (plus lunchtimes in Summer) together with Sunday lunches. Karaoke is featured at weekends. Smoking area at front of building. Car parking either on-street (time limited between 9am-7pm) or adjacent P&D area.
(01723) 362883
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Scholars Bar, 6 Somerset Terrace, YO11 2PA
Opening hours: 4.30-midnight; 12-midnight Fri-Sun
A warm, friendly atmosphere prevails at this town-centre pub at the rear of the main shopping centre voted as CAMRA runner up town pub of the year 2013. It has a large front bar and a games room. Seven handpumps serve a rotating range of beers from Ossett, Fernandes, Rat and other breweries throughout the Yorkshire region. Numerous screens show major sporting events. Twenty-eight pints are the prize at the Thursday quiz, and more free beer can be won rolling dice on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday nights. During the Football Premier League "Off-season" the pub is closed Sunday afternoons (opening at 7pm).
(01723) 449836
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Ship Inn, 71 Falsgrave Road, YO12 5EA
Opening hours: 11-11; 11-midnight Fri & Sat; 12-midnight Sun
A former coaching inn (Grade II listed), this busy local is located in Falsgrave with a main room divided into a lounge, tap and games area. A separate room doubles as a function/ restaurant area. Food is served lunchtimes ( Sunday carvery is popular). Outside, at the rear, is a childrens play area and spacious beer garden. There is a weekly quiz night and live entertainment at weekends
(01723) 376092
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Spa Hotel, 45 Victoria Road, YO11 1SH
Opening hours: 12-3, 6.30-11; 12-11 Fri-Sun
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This recently refurbished popular locals pub, located a few minutes walk from the town centre, has a single main room with several drinking areas and game area. A regular cask ale plus three rotating guests are offered. Live entertainment is frequently featured at weekends. Pub teams participate in local darts, pool and domino leagues. Quiz nights are on Thursdays.
(01723) 350345
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Sun Inn, 21 St Thomas Street, YO11 1DY
Opening hours: Winter: 4-midnight;12-2.30am Fri & Sat;12-1.30am Sun. Summer: 12-midnight(2.30am Fri & Sat,1.30am Sun)
This town-centre pub is located close to the "night life" area and can be lively at weekends. A main room is divided into drinking, eating and games areas. Meals are served lunchtimes and evenings during summer and throughout the day on Fridays and Saturdays in winter. Live entertainment features at weekends. Major sporting events can be viewed on large screens. Smokers are catered for at the rear of the pub. P & D parking is also available nearby.
(01723) 341067
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Tap & Spile, 94 Falsgrave Road, YO12 5AZ
Opening hours: Summer: 2( 11 Fri & Sat,12 Sun)-midnight( 11 Sun). Winter: 4( 12 Sat & Sun)-midnight( 11 Sun)
Sympathetically restored Grade II listed public house, not far from the town centre, serving five cask ales. There are two main rooms plus a small snug - local memorabilia is displayed. The T & S is a venue for live music ( particularly blues and jazz ). This thriving local has a friendly atmosphere; TV sports are shown in one bar. A beer garden is stuated at the rear. Dogs are welcome in the tap room.
(01723) 507666
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Tennyson Arms, 69-71 Dean Road, YO12 7QS
Opening hours: 10-midnight; 10-1am Fri & Sat; 11-midnight Sun
A traditional two-roomed locals pub with tap room and lounge bar some 5 minutes walk from the town centre.Two regular cask ales plus an occasional guest are offered (during Summer and Bank Holidays). The pub is family friendly - darts and pool can be enjoyed in the tap room. Live entertainment features each weekend.
(01723) 363912
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Trafalgar Hotel, 60 Trafalgar Street West, YO12 7AU
Opening hours: 11-11.30
The Trafalgar is a typical street corner locals' pub situated only a few minutes walk from the town centre with a traditional tap room and comfortable lounge bar. In addition to the house beer, occasional guests are available. This is a games orientated pub with pool and darts teams competing in local leagues. Of note is the picture of the famous battle hanging in the lounge together with other nautical memorabilia. Children are welcome until 7pm. Smokers are catered for at the rear.
(01723) 372054
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Turks Head, 3 Eastborough, YO11 1NG
Opening hours: 12-11; 11-midnight Sat
The Turks Head is a Grade II listed building located midway between the main shopping precinct and the South beach. This pub has three rooms,each on a different level with the upstairs games room providing a panoramic view of the South bay.A house beer together with a rotating guest are offered. During summer, meals can be obtained from the next door cafe and consumed in the beer garden. Live entertainment features Thursday to Sunday evenings all year round.
(01723) 501016
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United Sports Bar, 94-100 St Thomas Street, YO11 1DU
Opening hours: 5-midnight; 3-midnight Fri; 12-1am Sat; 12-midnight Sun
A former social club now open to all, offering a warm welcome to locals and tourists alike. This comfortable bar is to be found situated on the first floor via a door opposite the Atlas Taxi office. The bar plays host to a number of indoor sports teams as well as a Sunday football team. Most major sports events are shown on TV. Live music plays on some Saturdays. Parking is available at a nearby Car Park or time limited on-street (both P&D). Children are welcome until 7.30pm
(01723) 503350
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Valley Bar, 51 Valley Road, YO11 2LX
Opening hours: 12-midnight (1am Thu-Sat)
A cellar bar with six handpumps offering mainly microbrewery beers, usually including one or more from Scarborough Brewery. Up to eight real ciders and perries are also available with over 100 bottles of Belgian beers including Cantillon. Further rooms offer additional seating upstairs, which can be used for meetings. There is also a pool table upstairs. CAMRA National Cider Pub of the Year 2007 and local CAMRA Town Pub of the Year 2005 and 2007. Accommodation is available at a discount to CAMRA members
(01723) 372593
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Victoria Hotel, 79 Westborough, YO11 1TP
Opening hours: 11-11 (11.30 Mon); 11-11.30 Fri & Sat
The Victoria Hotel is located in the town centre directly across from the Railway Station and notable as the birthplace of actor Charles Laughton.A large main room has a contemporary bar area, eating area and pool playing area. Freshly cooked "all-day" meals are served together with a food eating challenge ( the 8lb "Goliath Burger" - free if completed ). En-suite accommodation is available. Live entertainment features at weekends. At the rear is a partially covered smoking area. Children are welcome till early evening.
(01723) 355495
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Waterhouse, 2 St Thomas Street, YO11 1DR
Opening hours: 12-2.30am
Food: closed Mon; 12-8; 12-3 Sun
This single-roomed bar is located at the heart of the town centre ( formerly The Plough - a Camerons stronghold ). A real ale is offered at weekends when live music features. A family friendly establishment but dogs only welcome outside of food hours.
(01723) 350975
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