Hull - City of Culture 2017

17 cracking pubs and bars, old and new, in 2017's City of Culture.

"We are 'Ull, we are 'ull. we are 'ull!"

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  • 64 Humber Street Gallery

    64 Humber Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 1TU
    64  Humber Street Gallery

    64 @ Humber Street Gallery is an exciting new venue, combining a quirky industrial café/bar and panoramic rooftop cocktail lounge.

  • Bar 82

    16 Princes Dock Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 2LP
    Bar 82

    Set in the heart of the old town on Princess Dock Street Bar 82 is a boutique venue serving high quality food and beverage in an elegant and fashionable environment which provides the perfect setting for private events and social outings

  • Chilli Devil's

    11a Manor Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 1YP
    Chilli Devil's

    Hull's (and maybe the UK's) first real ale and chilli bar. Real ales and a different choice of chilli infused dishes every day.

  • Garbutts Bar

    54 Princes Avenue, Avenue, Hull, North Humberside, HU5 3QG
    Garbutts Bar

    Located on Hull’s ever popular Princes Avenue, at Garbutts we have established ourselves as a prime venue for casual dining and relaxed socialising.

  • Gardeners Arms

    35 Cottingham Road, Newland, Hull, North Humberside, HU5 2PP
    Gardeners Arms

    One of the oldest and most popular pubs in Kingston-upon-Hull, The Gardeners Arms is a hub for students and workers alike and has everything you could want from a traditional British local.

  • Head of Steam

    10 King Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 2JJ
    Head of Steam

    Head of Steam in Hull has a cocktail bar. The pub serves food, it has a function room that can be booked. Head of Steam has an outside area. The pub serves real ale, it has a smoking area. Head of Steam has free WiFi. The pub has live music events.

    05/10/2017 Birra Moretti
    • 5.0
    — Not branded half glasses. Just pints
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    05/10/2017 Birra Moretti
    • 5.0
    — No branded glass but great fresh taste and friendly service
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  • Hop and Vine

    24 Albion Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 3TH
    Hop and Vine

    Basement Bar encouraging a convivial atmosphere, chatting with low level music and drinking quality beverages. Hot and cold food and drinks available.

  • Humber Dock Bar & Grill

    The Humber Dock, 9 Humber Dock Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 1TB
    Humber Dock Bar & Grill

    Situated on Hull's Humber Dock Street, the Humber Dock bar and grill offers superb views across the marina.

  • Humber Street Distillery

    1XE, 18 Humber St, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU1
    Humber Street Distillery

    Yorkshire’s first gin bar and distillery, with around 100 different varieties of gin, unusual spirits, local and international craft beers and bespoke cocktails on offer.

  • Larkin's Bar

    48 Newland Avenue, Hull, North Humberside, HU5 3AE
    Larkin's Bar

    We opened in August 2010 and have since been part of the thriving location of Newland Avenue.

  • Lion and Key

    48 High Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 1QE
    Lion and Key

    Beer mats cover the ceiling at this casual neighbourhood pub with a typical British food offering.

  • Minerva

    Nelson Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 1XE

    Minerva Hotel is one of Hull's iconic pubs, steeped in maritime history. With an unbeatable location on the river front overlooking Hull Marina & The Deep. Featuring the smallest pub room in Britain.

  • Pave

    16 - 20 Princes Avenue, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU5 3QA

    Come visit us to enjoy great fresh food, superb hand-pulled ales, imported bottled beers, personally selected wines, fair-trade tea & coffee, live music, comedy, readings, art and much more.

    26/05/2012 Bulmers Original
    • 3.0
    — Refreshing
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  • Red Sails

    2 Beacon Way, St Andrew's, Hull, North Humberside, HU3 4AE
    Red Sails

    Here at The Red Sails in Kingston-upon-Hull, food and family are at the heart of what we do.

  • Wm Hawkes

    32 Scale Lane, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 1LF
    Wm Hawkes

    Hawkes is a tradional pub on scale lane in the heart of Hull’s historic Old Town. Hawkes takes its name from William Hawkes, a gunmaker who manufactured bespoke guns and rifles at the premises back in 1810

  • Ye Olde Black Boy

    150 High Street, Hull, North Humberside, HU1 1PS
    Ye Olde Black Boy

    Hull's oldest licensed premises, serving since 1729. A characteristic pub full of history, cask ales, spirits, single malts & award winning pies from Fields of Anlaby.

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