Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Whitby. Whitby is a seaside town, port and civil parish in the Borough of Scarborough and English county of North Yorkshire. It is located within the historic boundaries of the North Riding of Yorkshire. Situated on the east coast of Yorkshire at the mouth of the River Esk, Whitby has an established maritime, mineral and tourist heritage. Its East Cliff is home to the ruins of Whitby Abbey, where Cædmon, the earliest recognised English poet, lived. The fishing port developed during the Middle Ages, supporting important herring and whaling fleets, and was (along with the nearby fishing village of Staithes) where Captain Cook learned seamanship.
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4 based on 895 reviews
Welcome to the Stables restaurant, we are open daily from 7am till late. Whether you are just dropping by for coffee and cake or joining us for breakfast, lunch or an evening meal - our relaxed environment makes us a perfect venue for drinking or dining o
We've just got back from celebrating my husbands 80th birthday at The Stables along with all our family, ranging from two months to eighty! We had an evening meal, overnight stay and breakfast for eighteen of us. My husband and I had been there several times and decided that it was special enough for his birthday and we were confident that the family would be happy there! We were not wrong !! From us all arriving at different times yesterday we were all made so welcome. The staff were amazing. So friendly and helpful and nothing was too much trouble. Our rooms were just beautiful, especially The Lodge, with the sauna and hot tub. The whole ambience of the restaurant was perfect, and the outside with the views, and the pond, was lovely for photographs. Our meal last night could not be faulted, we all had something different and we were all delighted with the delicious food. As we all were with the breakfast this morning. We had a room to ourselves for our evening meal, and I was amazed at the service when the restaurant was full and there was another large party in. I cannot fault The Stables in any way and will be visiting there again on our next trip to Whitby. Thank you all for making my husband's birthday so special, I couldn't have asked for any more!
4 based on 513 reviews
Visited The Hart on a few occasions recently. Fabulous seafood menu, gluten free and veggie available, steaks and pub grub all at a very reasonable price.Would pick this little gem above any pub in the area for food, great service, dog friendly and amazing views across the bay.
4 based on 263 reviews
Charming, recently refurbished village pub on the fringe of the Yorkshire Dales, just 3 miles from Whitby. Extremely dog friendly with 3 en-suite letting rooms. Great new menu using locally sourced ingredients cooked to order. Real open fire to cosy up in
Went and has a nice lunch in the rear beer garden and enjoyed it. It was friendly and welcoming with good service. So we booked in for dinner later that evening. It was dog friendly in the bar area. The menu was adequate and we had a nice meal. All the staff were pleasant.
4 based on 1484 reviews
Ate here on our first night in Whitby, staff are always warm and welcoming at this bar. We ate upstairs it wasnât noisy or over crowded but had a lovely ambience.On recommendation I had the chicken with sweet potato purÃ©e which was delicious and just the right portion size, my husband had the seafood linguini which he also enjoyed. We have wanted to dine here for sometime and it was worth the wait.
4 based on 183 reviews
A traditional, two bar pub offering ensuite accommodation and cold served Yapas (Yorkshire Tapas). Complemented by cask ales, over 20 gins, 10 rums, craft beers, ciders and a selection of wine from around the world. Itâs a small pub with a big choice! We
The first time I went here I literally couldn't get in the door because it was so packed. My second attempt was much more successful. Small front bar, slightly larger back back. Decent ales on cask on the bar. Good atmosphere. Recommended.
4 based on 494 reviews
We were very impressed by this little gastro pub just above Whitby. Pleasant, bright dining room and efficient staff. And a menu with a good range of choices. We had the leek, potato and cheddar soup and the lamp rump. Both excellent. As New Zealanders we think we're experts in lamb of course(!) and in all honesty the dish we were served was excellent; quality meat, perfectly cooked. If we lived in the area I suspect we'd become regulars.
4 based on 403 reviews
Traditional British pub, serving a selection of Cask conditioned Ales, popular draught products, delicious wines, spirits, liqueurs & malt whisky as well as freshly brewed Taylor's Tea & Coffee, Hot Choclolate & Liqueur Coffees. Regular host to local Folk
Friendly staff and great selection of beers. They allow you to bring in your fish and chips from elsewhere which we loved! Definitely will be back on our yearly Whitby visit.Thank you for taking the time to make a review with Trip Advisor.We are delighted you enjoyed visiting our lovely traditional pub and had the chance to enjoy your fish & Chips with us.We look forward to welcoming you back on your next visit to Whitby.Cheers, Ian & Maria
4 based on 246 reviews
Many many years since I last visited and indeed stayed here. Inside is just as welcoming, and the food has certainly gone up a notch since last visit. Beautifully cooked and presented to a very high standard. Service is fine despite being advised that every dish is freshly made and only the dessert took a long time but was worth waiting for. There are no menus as everything is displayed on the blackboards around the old fireplace. Choosing, even for a non meat eater like me, was a challenge as all the dishes sound delicious and several choices of fish. Would recommend booking as even though we arrived early on a Thursday evening all the tables were reserved or taken. After a drink outside in the beer garden we were told we could have a table inside as the people who had reserved were late. Is dog friendly.
4 based on 224 reviews
Caravanning nearby, we popped in for Sunday carvery as recommended to us. Sat outside on one if the hottest days of the year. Sunday lunch was roast beef or pork. Amazing large slices of meat served with mash, roasties, mushy peas etc..A proper old fashioned Sunday lunch with fabulous gravy. Reasonably priced. My little boy said the beef was the best ever...! Wish we lived nearer.. but will return next time we are in area!
4 based on 223 reviews
Country pub with a relaxed atmosphere serving outstanding food using the freshest local ingredients. Patrons may dine in the restaurant, bar or purpose built outdoor beer garden. We can cater for special occasions such as weddings, christening and parties
Stayed here in one of the new Shepherds Huts and enjoyed a great stay! Our first time glamping experience was definitely a success. Really well kitted out hut, comfy bed, sofa, TV and drinking facilities. All very clean and well maintained, with good facilities for toilet & shower. Full english breakfast was awesome! A quick taxi trip in/out of town if you donât like to walk. Thanks to Ben and his team for a great stay (and your mum was a superb breakfast host!) and the pub locals were extremely welcoming too!
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