Whippet Inn
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York's best Steak and Alehouse. Proud to be flying the flag for Yorkshire produce!

In our time we have managed to raise a few eyebrows with our name, and many have said that our interior is certainly quirky if not a little risqué, all of which we love as we want to be unique and fun.


When it comes to the food and drinks we serve however; we are very serious...


When we set about creating The Whippet Inn our main aim was to get the best food produce we could find in Yorkshire and then pair it with real ales, lagers, spirits and wines from around Great Britain.


Great Beef is our thing, offering our guests a variety of cuts and breeds of beef but we have something for everyone, be it, lunch & a lite bite, dinner or just a drink in our bar.Our bar is an eclectic mix of Real Yorkshire Ales - right through to over 30 bespoke gins- we may be small but we have used every nook and cranny to ensure we have an amazing range to offer our quests. Creating a home from home atmosphere where our guests can relax & enjoy themselves.

All this is delivered with down to earth homely Yorkshire hospitality.

latest pub news, offers & events

Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!

York Ale Trail 2017

Happening from 12/09/2017 to 01/10/2017 [Expired]

This month York’s Food & Drink Festival is coming to town and with it comes the Ale Trail 2017! Featuring 20 of the finest pubs and bars the city has to offer, there is something for everyone so visitors are welcome to pick and choose their favourites.
Anyone feeling competitive could…

The Grand National 2017

Happening on 08/04/2017 [Expired]

This year hails the 170th annual running of the Grand National, the biggest National Hunt race of the year. The excitement is building with an estimated quarter of the UK adult population having a flutter so if you can't make it to Aintree, why not watch it in your local pub or bar and cheer…