Plenty for the taste buds
From Michelin star dining through to cosy, pub food - there's something for everyone's taste (and budget) in Beverley, including:
The Pipe & Glass - East Yorkshire's first and only Michelin Star, The Pipe & Glass is committed to sourcing as much local and seasonal produce as possible - but first and foremost it's quality that counts. Dating back to the 15th century, The Pipe & Glass Inn stands on the site of the original gatehouse to Dalton Park, still the residence of Lord Hotham.
The Pig & Whistle - A pint-sized neighbourhood bistro & charcuterie bar from James Allcock. Serving small plates, cured meat & cheese. Purveyor of fine wines, exquisite ales & spirits
The Westwood Bar & Grill - The Westwood Restaurant, focus on offering high quality, locally sourced ingredients, showcasing the best of what the region has to offer. It has become one of the most popular restaurants in East Yorkshire, located a short walk from the Westwood Pasture offering stunning views of the black mill, the race course and Beverley Minster.
Café Velo - Café Velo is a cycling themed café serving delicious homemade food as well as food from independent suppliers. Whether you're a cycling fan or not, Café Velo is the perfect place to take a break from shopping or to start and finish your ride out in the fantastic Yorkshire Wolds.
White Rabbit Chocolatiers - White Rabbit Chocolatiers is an artisan chocolate kitchen and shop, which crafts and sells its own luxury chocolate truffles, bars and novelties, using only the finest ingredients. It gets its name from a 14th century stone carving in St. Mary’s Church, Beverley, said to be the inspiration for the White Rabbit Character in ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’; but it gets its reputation from its experienced chocolatiers award-winning flavour combinations, and for allowing customers to become fully immersed in their very own Chocolate Wonderland.
Ferguson Fawsitt Arms - Set in the picturesque village of Walkington, just three miles from Beverley, The Ferguson Fawsitt was named after two important local families. The original license at the Ferguson Fawsitt was granted in 1866 when J.D. Ferguson brother of the rector, married wealthy heiress Miss. Eliza Fawsitt. The Ferguson Fawsitt Arms offers a superb carvery serving a variety of hot and cold food freshly prepared and cooked on the premises. A bar food menu is also available.
Vanessa Delicatessen & Café - The old market cross newsagency has being loving restored and is full of character, charm and friendly welcoming staff.
Snap - Their aim is to offer the best steak in East Yorkshire, at a reasonable price,. Life is too short for being serious and most of all they want Snap to be laid back fun, but with hustle and bustle. Come in groups or come for romance.