Whitby Church Street shopping

Whitby real ale pubs

The Black Horse

A Grade II listed pub dating from the 1600s located on the right-hand side of cobbled Church Street.  One of the oldest pubs in Whitby, The Black Horse has a varied history.  A pub since the 16th century, it has also been used as a funeral directors, spirit warehouse, and brothel. The pub offers five ever changing cask ales, as well as a craft-keg; real cider, Belgian beer, both bottled and on draught, as well as a range of speciality bottled cider. A range of tapas is available, with four or five different varieties of olives, a selection of Yorkshire cheeses and a range of seafood nibbles http://www.the-black-horse.com

Black Horse Tapas Menu: http://www.the-black-horse.com/food

Whitby Brewery Tap

New brewery tap in the Brewery’s new premises, standing in the shadow of Whitby Abbey, overlooking the sea. A selection of Whitby Brewery’s beers are on hand pull. You can park your car close by, or you can climb the 199 Abbey steps to get there. Do not be worried if you are concerned about actually getting in. Though there’s only room for about eight people, when it gets full, drinkers just overflow into the brewery itself, or drink in the pleasant outdoor courtyard. Three handpumps, serving a selection of Whitby’s six beers are on sale. A door leads into the brewery viewing area where you can get a good look at the brewery https://www.whitby-brewery.com/

Waiting Room

Whitby’s smallest, and first, micropub provides an enjoyable alternative night out. No lager nor spirits, no jukeboxes nor TV. Dogs are welcome. Meet up, chat and drink good beers and ciders without being bombarded by technology and noise. The six-yards-square pub gets busy at times, so don’t be disappointed if you cannot even get in! Local CAMRA 2017 Cider Pub of the Year and now also 2017 Spring Pub of the Season https://www.facebook.com/WhitbyWaitingRoom/

The Duke of York

Duke of York, Whitby, YO22 4DE
To be found at the bottom of the 199 steps. The Duke of York can be traced back to the doomsday book, then an ale house and a pub for 150 years. Here you will find historic pictures and memorabilia of Whitby. Offering an extensive range of real ales, ciders, lagers and bottled drinks. ‘Pub Grub’ is also available with daily specials board http://www.dukeofyork.co.uk

To view Menu: http://www.dukeofyork.co.uk/food.html

The Duke of York, Whitby

Endeavour

Cosy one roomed pub on the East side of the river with open fire, regular folk and Irish music sessions located opposite Grape Lane near the Captain Cook museum. Originally opened around 1935 it now celebrates Cooks first imperial voyage to the Antipodes. It offers four ever changing real ales, and serves 140 different beers throughout the year. Traditional ‘Yorkshire Tapas’ bar snacks, (pork pies, pickled eggs, onions and gherkins, marinated olives, seafood, scotch eggs), are enhanced by having permission to also bring your own fish and chips into the pub http://www.endeavourpub.co.uk

Dog-friendly pubs in Whitby

Little Angel

A Grade II listed historic town pub where it is rumoured that the castle remains form part of the structure. Here you will find three connected rooms around the central bar, an outside drinking area, a good selection of up to eight beers including their own in-house brews, real cider, a good selection of food, three large screen sports TVs including 3D, darts and dominoes, and regular theme and live music nights with local artists http://www.littleangelwhitby.co.uk/