Pubs and eating out
There are a large choice of places to eat out within our local area of which below are just a sample. We provide this service for information only - if any details are wrong or if you wish your business to be included here then please let us know and we will update the webpage. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Hardisty Brothers, Pete, Andy and Ian acquired the pub in December 2013 and have undertaken a programme of extensive refurbishment. Nestling in the heart of the pretty village of Aldwark in the Vale of York and run by Peter Hardisty, you can expect the warmest of welcomes at all times. Having lived and grown up in Aldwark we have a long history with the village and the pub (previously known as the Bay Horse) and we take a huge amount of pride in being part of this fantastic local community.
In the bar you can find hand pulled beers, freshly prepared bar meals based on local Yorkshire produce as well as an excellent range of fine wines and spirits. The roaring fires are a big attraction during the Winter months, as is the large kitchen garden terrace for alfresco dining, relaxing and drinking in the Spring and Summer months.
There is a separate dining room which is available for private hire and the pub is available for special occasions and family events. We also cater for business meetings and club gatherings.
To make a reservation or for any further information please call 01347 838324 or email email@example.com
Food is taken very seriously at the hotel, whether you eat in the Brasserie Restaurant or the more relaxed Terrace and Squadron Bars. . For more information follow the link or Tel: 01347 838146
One of the last traditional pubs left in the area. Originally built as a coaching inn on the turnpike North from York, it serves excellent beer (CAMRA recommended) and food while supporting Darts teams and running an weekly OAPs’ coffee morning. The menu changes frequently and from 4th April they will be open for Breakfast and Lunch from 9am-2pm Thursday, Friday Saturday.
Call 01347 838975 to book - recommend you book especially if with a bigger group as very popular.
The Black Horse lies near the centre of Tollerton not far from the village green.
Tenderly refurbished by Mike and Annette Anson, the Bluebell Country Inn is regarded by those in the know as a top class and value for money North Yorkshire restaurant.
Contact 01347 838331
A great place for British food which also retains many of the features of a traditional pub, such as a quiz on Sunday nights.
Weekly highlights include Fish 'n Chip Friday Eat in £8.00 eat out £6.00 and Our Sunday Lunches, with slow roast Belly pork & roast sirloin of beef.
Contact 01347 838329
The Station Inn is situated at the entrance to Tollerton on Sykes Lane just before it goes over the railway line. We are pleased to report it has been refurbished and has now reopened.
On the A19 just south of Easingwold, this is a popular choice for an indian meal or takeaway. Friendly staff and great quality food served piping hot. And if you overdo it, you can stay- because they are a hotel too. A tip, if you like it hot, ask for a saucer of chopped fresh chilli to add rather than going for the vindaloo or the phal. That way you stay in control - sort of!
Contact 01347 838370
Terry’s Fish and Chips Van
This popular service visits the area on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Phone their mobile on 07801130146 to find out when they will be near you or to make an order. They can also provide catering for outside events