(This is a route developed for the Clarice app)
365 pubs, haunted venues and alternative music are waiting for you in York!
It’s a tough choice when you have one bar to go for each day of the year, this route combines some of the oldest pubs and two of the coolest music hangouts in the city.
For a relaxing night in York, the 1331 Bar is the place to go!
Come rain or shine, their secret garden is always open for a meal or drinks
Close to many of York’s attractions, this all-in-one venue also features a restaurant, bar, cinema and can even be hired for weddings!
On Tuesdays head to the top floor and show off your skills at their Smartphone Pub Quiz.
Set inside a 16th century building, Pivni is known for its large selection of beers!
Pivni does an alternative take on the ordinary pub snacks with their bacon flavour popcorn and scampi crisps.
For any drink recommendations feel free to ask the staff!
Ye Olde Starre Inne
Ye Olde Starre Inne is said to be the oldest pub in York!
It has three beer gardens that offer amazing views of the York Minster.
The pub is famous for its sign in Stonegate that is often photographed by York visitors.
The Golden Fleece
Fans of ghost stories will love a visit to this 500 years old pub!
Founded by the Merchant’s Adventures Guild, it claims to be the most haunted pub in York.
Feeling brave? Go ahead and book a night here and maybe you’ll experience some paranormal activity!
Located in the city centre, the Basement hosts all sort of events from live music to comedy acts.
If you’re looking for a night of entertainment, the Basement will not let you down!
With over one million fans, Fibbers is one of the oldest live music venues in the UK!
Before becoming festival headlines, many iconic bands have played here like Coldplay, Kasabian, The Killers and the list goes on…
You can find Fibbers around the Micklegate area opposite the Hampton Hotel.