PUB QUIZ
Noon, like kayak, is an example of what kind of word?
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Drink and Music

Rupert Holmes -
Escape (Pina Colada Song)

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In the book The Lord of the Rings

PUB FACTS
York is a palce where many people enjoy a pub crawl as it is full of interesting bars.

Almost all pubs do food.

Lots have outside seating.

Most have some sort of courtyard to the rear for smoking if not sunbathing.

Several have room top terraces.

York CAMRA offers a map identifying real ale pubs.

Steve Bastables gives his take on many pubs in York

PUB CRAWLS
There are five pub crawls illustrated for York involving 39 drinking establishments. Several pubs feature in more than one crawl.
All journeys start from the Minster which is the tallest place in York
1. Around The Minster.
2. In the middle lanes
3. Down Stonegate
4. Around King's Square
5. About Fossgate

Trail 2 - Down Stonegate (yellow icons) 7+2 pubs

From the front door of the Minster walk along the right hand side and half way along turn down to the right and cross over High Petergate into Stonegate.
Above your head is a banner proclaiming Ye Olde Starre inn. A shop or two before this on the right is a bottle shop in which is contained The House of the Trembling Madness. this is followed quickly by The Evil Eye lounge and next door to this an alleyway taking you to Ye Olde Starre Inn.
Further down on the left is sighnpost directing you to Little Stonegate. Kennedys can be reached from a single door just after this on the left or, more obviously by going along Little Stonegate.
Additions - continuing along Little Stonegate brings you to Stonegate Yard and opposite it, Bobo Lobo.
Continuing back to Stonegate before the crossroads there is, on the right The Yorkshire Terrier and on the left The Punch Bowl.
Continuing across the crossroads on the right is Harkers and at the end of the walk is Lendal Cellars.

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Two additional visits

If you don't drink how else will your friends know that you love them at 2am?
seaside notice

Stonegate Yard is a pub brasserie along Little Stonegate. The entrance down an archway takes you to a large heated courtyard which is full of tables and chairs. A door to the left takes you into the main building with a small bar straight in front of you. There is seating to the right and through to the left with more upstairs.
have a pint here
Real ale : Lancaster Bomber; Ringwood Best Bitter
Bitter: Shipyard PA; Black Sheep
Lager: Estrella; Becks; Lowenbrau
Cider: Rekorderlig Apple; Strawberry Lime

Bobo Lobo is a small cocktail bar over two floors with some outside seating. The small serving area has a couple of tables by the window and thwere are a further six through past the counter. You can sit outside and watch TV
Have a half pint.
Bitter: Yardbird; East Coast PA;
Lager: Estrella; Bud; Peroni

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The Yorkshire Terrier is a York Brewery pub. It is a small three roomed bar with upstairs seating. There is a bottle shop associated with the premises. Separate entrance to bar at the left of shop. The small servery serves two rooms with a third room off of the back one. Couple of tables in main area with more seating in the other two rooms. Regular music.
Have a pint here
Real ale: Yorkshire Terrier; Centurian’s Ghost Ale; Guzzler; Black and weiss (all York brewery); Blode star; Citrastar (both Anarchy)
Lager: Carlsberg; San Miguel
Cider Thatcher’s gold Black cab stout

The Punch Bowl is one of four Nicolson’s pubs in the centre of York and has been a pub for four centuries. There is a little outside seating. The entrance leads to a small wood panelled bar room on the left with not much light getting in. This has five tables and associated seating. Beyond the bar to the right and round to the left are dining areas. The back area is also served from the main bar.
Have a half pint here
Real ale : Yorkshire Terrier (York brewery); Nicolsons Pale ale; John Smiths; Mary Jane (Ilkley)
Bitter: Longhorn IPA (Purity);
Lager: Carlsberg; Stella; Peroni; Becks
Aspall Suffolk Cider Guinness

Hackers is one of four Nicolson’s pubs in the centre. This is an impressive building with a large high ornate ceiling to match in a big square room. Seating around windows is a raised area. The servery is at the far wall. There is also a smaller room off to the right from the entrance. Big, open light and busy.
Have a pint here.
Real ale : Nicolsons PA; Doombar; A Touch of Ginge (Arkells); Mk VII (Oakhams); Red Ale (Bru); Red MacGregor; Marzenfest
Bitter: Longhorn Arlington
Lager: Stella; Urquell: Peroni; Becks; Korev;
Cider; Morrisons

Lendal Cellars is found under a metal arch taking you do an Italian restaurant and on the first right Lendal cellars. Down a few stairs takes you into a basement of arched brick tunnels. The first two tunnels have tables and chairs and have beer serving counters at the end. Down to the left is another, longer and narrower , tunnel with more dining style tables.
Have a pint here
Real ale : Hogs Back; Hero; London Glory; Greene King PA; Cosmic (Black Hole); Titanic Iceberg
Lager: Carling; Bud ; Peroni; San Miguel
Cider: Old Rosie (real); Strongbow; Aspall Suffolk ; Rekorderlig Strawberry Lime Guinness

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