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New Inn, York

62 Long Street
Easingwold
Postal town: York
YO61 3HT
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Rob Hunter left this review about New Inn

I've been to Easingwold a few times over the years but never visited the New Inn, something I have put right today. Based on the other pubs in Easingwold I wasn't expecting much on the real ale front so I was pleased to find three hand pulls on the bar, offering Yorkshire Sparkle by Treboom, Pale Aura by Bad Co, and Theakston Best Bitter. Obviously I was more pleased about the first two, especially with Treboom being a local brewery just a few miles down the road.

As you enter the pub the area to the right is set out for dining with the left side available for drinkers. This in itself is split up into two sections and may well have been two rooms originally. There is an old looking fire / stove (not in use today) and overall the pub feels cosy and welcoming even when it was pretty empty with just another couple of customers in. Pleasant music at a sensible volume added to the ambience. The first section in front of the bar has bare boards, the second has a rather strange bristly carpet as if it was one giant doormat.

My Yorkshire Sparkle was £1.85 for a half. Service was friendly. Definitely worth venturing in if you're in Easingwold.

On 13th June 2019 - rating: 7
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Old Boots left this review about New Inn

Old cream washed pub towards the northern end of the main drag through the town. Inside it's low ceilinged and open plan although at one end a fireplace divides off a small area into almost a separate room while the fireplace and a short wall by the door form the edges to the main drinking area. The bench seats curve round the window here giving a cosy atmosphere. At the far right end is a pool table and beyond that a shop selling toys and house hold goods. The bar counter is part topped in wood part in tile and the front incorporates a bed head the end of a table and a couple of cupboards. A rather rank John Smiths cask was the only cask ale on offer while a standard range of keg stuff (Guinness, Fosters, Strongbow, Carling and 1664) sit on the T bar. The pub is currently for sale or let so things might change, it certainly looks to have plenty of potential

On 4th September 2011 - no rating submitted
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Cheryl Howell left this review about New Inn

We called into Easingwold on our way to York races this Saturday. As we drove down the main street into Easingwold, we noticed a pretty average pub with lovely flowers outside.
However, average is not what you find as you walk through the door.
What a revelation! Its not what we expected. Modern interior with leather sofas, but still loads of character. The pub was really busy with people eating, but the staff were still welcoming & helpful advising us of a small wait due to being busy.
We ordered from a £.8.95 set menu with beer or wine included in the price and sat in their lovely beer garden to eat our meal.

We were served lovely fresh food & proper chips, in fantastic surroundings. I wish it were on my doorstep.

On 14th July 2009 - rating: 10
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13th Jun 2019, 17:13
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13th Sep 2016, 21:14
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  • Pool Table : Yes last updated 04 September 2011 by Will Larter
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 04 September 2011 by Will Larter
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