Muckles, Harrogate

David’s Opinion A friendly pub that features sport on TV which neither of previous pubs do. Reasonably priced beers and lagers. The food menu is quite extensive, very good value for money and extremely good quality. Furnishings not the most luxurious.          

William and Victoria’s, Harrogate

David’s Opinion Beneath what is an excellent restaurant. Perhaps better described as a wine bar. Cosy atmosphere.          

Old Bell Tavern, Harrogate

David’s Opinion Opened in May 1999 and located in the Montpelier quarter close to the Pump Room Museum and Valley Gardens. Offers a wide range of real ales from independent brewers. Serves good food, is music free and dogs welcome. I was once charged 65p for a dash of lime in a pint of lager (not for me I might add) so if this is your tipple, ...

Hales Bar, Harrogate

David’s Opinion The most historic and oldest pub in Harrogate originating as one of the first inns for spa visitors after sulphur wells were established in the mid-17th century. Although the smaller bar has lost its historic character, the main saloon bar preserves it well. This pub oozes atmosphere and serves some superb beers. The grub is pretty ...

The Coach and Horses, Harrogate

David’s Opinion An immensely popular pub which gets very busy on Fridays and Saturdays. Always plenty of staff and service very good. Quiz night on a Sunday is very well supported with proceeds going to charity. A 15 minute walk from April House          

The Alexandra, Harrogate

David’s Opinion A young persons’ pub which features sport on TV. OK if that’s what you’re looking for.