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The Old Bridge Inn
This ancient inn has changed little over the last 700 years. As you approach it over the old packhorse bridge, and enter into this charming, civilised hostelry, there will always be a warm welcome from your third generation hosts Tim and Lindsay Walker and staff. The interior is furnished with antiques and a few tasteful prints, real fires in winter adding to the welcome. Our award winning floral displays outside add the finishing touch.Only home-prepared food is served, and is some of the best around. You won’t find muzak or alcopops nor foreign beers brewed under license in Hull. You will find fine ales from Timothy Taylor and other truly independent brewers; a good selection of imported beers and lagers from around the world; a good and oft changing wine list with many available by the glass and a wide range of spirits and soft drinks.We care passionately about what we do, and constantly strive to maintain and enhance the ambience of our beautiful pub. Our efforts have been recognised by many of the leading pub and food guides over the years, and we are currently featured in The Good Pub Guide; Alastair Sawdays Pubs and Inns; The AA Pub Guide; The Good Beer Guide; The Telegraph Quiet Pint, and the Camra Good Pub Food Guide to name but some. We are also the home of the Pork Pie Appreciation Society.Have a browse through our pages and hopefully we will see you soon...
Le Metro
Halifax Town Centre
The Turczak families name has been synonymous with great food in Halifax for years and in the past they’ve put their stamp on some of the best loved venues around. Back in 2009 that wealth of experience and expertise saw them realise Le Metropolitain.  Wonderfully stylish, effortlessly chic and with a commitment to quality that shines through every element from the décor, to the service to the food. The executive chef has years of experience gained from some of the finest kitchens around and Head Chef Tyler runs a tight ship ensuring quality food is always consistently served. Front of house Gill is very much hands on and along with Tony Gomersall they ensure that the same level of care and attention that goes into the food also goes into the customer service, it’s relaxed but attentive…
Ricci's Tapas & Cicchetti
Dean Clough
With a nod to traditional tapas, along with the less familiar Italian ‘Cicchetti’, and a large douse of our own eccentric creativity, we offer you small plates of delicious food from far and wide in a chic, all-day dining experience.Have one plate, have three, go mad and try them all; this truly is laid back dining at its best!
The Duke of York Stainland
Welcome To The Duke of York StainlandOur outstanding inn, set in the heart of the rural village of Stainland, east off the A58 and west of Huddersfield, The Duke of York is run by James and Maria, who have been here since 2003. The inn began life as three cottages built in the mid-1700s, converted in the early 19th century to create a large and impressive public house. The interior boasts a striking and comfortable décor and furnishings, with a mix of traditional and contemporary elements including the stonebuilt bar, exposed brickwork and walls painted a deep crimson. The dining area has polished wood floors, stylish seating and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the beer garden and scenic rolling countryside.
The Commercial
Welcome to The Commercial at Outlane, just off J23 of the M62 (Eastbound) and a short drive from Huddersfield and Halifax.Recently refurbished and re-opened as a family run and family friendly local pub restaurant.Our bar is open all day and we serve food right from breakfast at 10am, all of our menus are available all of the time so if you’d rather have steak pie for breakfast or a full cooked English for your tea then no problem!  All of our food is locally sourced and freshly prepared and we have a good selection of vegetarian and gluten free options.  We also serve Bean to Cup coffee and cakes.We cater for private parties, functions, walkers, coach parties and cyclists and well behaved dogs are welcome too.We have a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere and our restaurant is family friendly, we accept all major credit cards too.
The Queens Head Tavern
Welcome to The Queens Head Tavern in Halifax. We’re a family run traditional pub offering a great choice of beers wines and spirits and a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.During the day we’re a family friendly pub, our enclosed outdoor area is a safe place for the kids to play whilst you enjoy a drink.On an evening we always have plenty going on, from pool and darts to quizzes and live music. Check the events page for full details.We look forward to seeing you soon.
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