Offers a series of two-hour themed walks on an ever growing list of themes, from the classics – Roman York, the snickelways (narrow...
The Multangular Tower was the western tower of the Roman garrison's defensive wall. The small Roman stones at the bottom have been built...
Ye Olde Starre
Licenced since 1644, this is York's oldest pub – a warren of small rooms and small beer garden, with a half-dozen real ales on tap. It...
With a menu that's 100% vegan, nut-free and gluten-free, this colourful, Hispanic-style spot is a vegetarian haven. Downstairs there's a...
Lonely Planet review
Old-school-style afternoon tea, with white-aproned waiters, linen tablecloths and a teapot collection ranged along the walls. The house speciality is the Yorkshire Fat Rascal, a huge fruit scone smothered in melted butter, but the smoked haddock with poached egg and hollandaise sauce is our favourite lunch dish. No bookings – queue for a table at busy times, or head to the nearby Bettys Stonegate .