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15 Best Pubs in York, England

Pint of beer on a bar in a traditional style pub.

The historic city of York is one of the most pleasant places in England. There are so many awesome things to do such as exploring the city walls, York Minster, and the quaint Shambles, but there are also lots of great pubs to discover too. Below, you’ll read about some of the best pubs in York.

I’ve been visiting the city for years, and that includes many of the York pubs. Some of the best are to be found along the River Ouse, where you can sit and watch the world go by with a pint of something refreshing or a bite of traditional pub grub.

Find out about the best pubs in York city center, the best pub food in York, and some of the best pubs in York with beer gardens. One thing’s for sure, with so many wonderful pubs around the city, you won’t have far to go to find the perfect place for a pint and bite to eat.

Best Pubs in York for Food and Drinks

After eating and drinking my way around York for many years, I’ve put up this list of my favorite pubs in the city based on the quality of food, service, location, authentic pub vibe, the real ales on tap, my personal opinion, and customer reviews (so that it’s not just based solely on my opinion).

I’ve eaten at many more York pubs in that time, but I’ve narrowed this list down to 15 based on those criteria. If you’re looking for authentic local dishes and some great restaurants in the city and beyond, be sure to check out this foodies guide to Yorkshire too.

1. The Kings Arms (Best Pub in York Overall)

It’s difficult to pick the best pub in York as there are so many contenders. I’ve chosen my personal favorite, the Kings Arms, due to its prime location on the river and its excellent beer garden. It offers a great selection of ales, ciders, and wines, and is one of the cheapest pubs in York.

With pints for as little as £3.20, (in the south you’ll rarely find a pint under £5), this is a great place to come for a few drinks on a sunny afternoon or evening. The pub dates back to the 1890s so has a real homely feel to it, and there’s an open fire in winter which makes it a cozy escape from the cold.

The Kings Arms has a no-phone policy which some people don’t like, however, I think it’s excellent to be able to unplug for a few hours and just enjoy the ambiance without distractions. The pub doesn’t serve food but has a fantastic selection of bar snacks to ward off hunger if you’re feeling peckish.

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