Whitby Pubs
 
Whitby has lots of great pubs.  Trendy, traditional, Folkie or Goth, not to mention the real ale!  A few of them are listed below - in no particular order. 
 
The Station Inn – A popular pub for the beer connoisseur. Serves various guest beers. This pub has a large number of locals and is one of the more popular pubs in the town centre. Live music most nights and very popular during the annual folk week at Whitby. 
 
The Duke Of York - Your Local : A popular family orientated pub. Great food. Some of the best views of the lower harbour.  124 Church Street 
 
The Board Inn – Your Local : Has a good reputation for food. Nice views over the harbour. Live Music some Thursday and Friday evenings.   125 Church Street 
 
The Black Horse – Its a close call as to which is the smallest pub in Whitby. The Golden Lion is small but the Black Horse may just take the title.      91 Church Street  
 
The Endeavour – A locals' pub, dog friendly and you can take your fish and chips in to eat (condiments and cutlery supplied)     66 Church Street 
 
The Fleece – Fantastic hidden beer balcony looking over the Esk.   183 Church Street 
 
The Jolly Sailor - Cheap beer.  Friendly pub with coal fires.    13 St. Anne's Staithe 
 
The Golden Lion – Quaint, quirky little pub at the bottom of Golden Lion bank. The unusual tables in the front room, decorated with old pennies are of novelty value.  8 Golden Lion Bank 
 
The Little Angel – The Little Angel has Sky Sports 3D and shows all the main sporting events including premiership football. Check out when they have open mic nights.  There's a brilliant jukebox that's on till 9pm. Friendly locals.    18 Flowergate 
 
The Elsinore – Popular with the Goths - in fact, we think this is where the whole Goth Weekend event started!    25 Flowergate 
 
The Granby – Not on the main circuit, but a pub with a nice atmosphere.  And the place to go if you want to eat (before 9pm).  34 Skinner Street 
 
Abbey Wharf - (used to be The Shambles) A nice lively night out often with a live DJ at the weekend     Market Place 
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