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Having met friends in York the York Tap was the logical conclusion to our day out. They could catch a bus back to their part of town and we could catch a train to take us home. Premises reflect the elegance of times past, efficient...More
Spotted this pub on various sites and dropped in just after arriving in York.
Google has the wrong opening times for this pub, they open at 10:00am.
Good selections of changing beers.
Over our weekend in York we called in 3 times and every time...More
Have used this busy bar before so when we had nearly an hour between trains we had no hesitation but to return. There's a great mixture of clientele ranging from a wedding party, a group of lads attending the races from Guernsey, cricket fans returning...More
York Tap is one of the bars in the station complex at York so I decided to have a beer while I was waiting for my train.
Firstly it's expensive, a pint and a small glass of house white cost £10.40. point to note there...More
Compared to other city centre pubs, it is more expensive but not prohibitively Doombar was excellent and the service is really efficient as it gets busy. There’s lots of room at the bar (which is the focal point in the centre) and there’s plenty of...More
Thoroughly enjoyed two hours here waiting for my train. Impressed they had the 6.8% Cocoa Wonderland from Thornbridge (£5.10), which slipped down very well indeed but then they do have a huge range from light IPAs to Porters. I also had the pate and biscuits...More
Hi York tap is a pub to give a miss on our visit there were no real ales on offer so we had a bottle of brown ale at five seventy five. York is not the cheepist place for real ales I have been visiting...More