Cittie Of Yorke is a pub that boasts the longest bar in Britain. It is a grand historic pub which attracts a good crowd who enjoy their beer. Meals are served at a set price but a buffet service is available in the downstairs bar. Catering for private parties is also available upon request.
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Cittie Of Yorke
22 High HolbornKing's CrossLondonWC1V 6BN
- +44 (0)20 7242 7670
- Public transport:
- Chancery Lane, Underground
It's truly one of my faves. It's a really impressive space - and sufficiently cavernous that even when it's busy it's not THAT crazy. Ok, fine, it can get packed, but the high ceilings make it better? I dunno.
Good beer menu, but I mean...don't go doing some crazy like asking for a negroni (I did this. Do as I say, not as I did).
Despite negroni gaffe, staff is awesome and I find getting...more
Stepping over the threshold of Cittie of Yorke, one feels like they've crossed into a medieval beer hall. Complete with vaulted ceiling, central iron fireplace, and cloistered booths, Cittie of York - for the building alone - is worth visiting. There's a large, adjoining living room with comfy chairs, but I often opt for what I call "the temple of beer" room.
The staff are reasonably...more
The best 'traditional English' pub to show to your non-British guests. Stunning traditional interiors with a side salon for big parties, or nice little booths where one can be tucked away in privacy. Good Sam Smith beers, really chill atmosphere with not too loud music - there's nothing more to ask for.more
+ oozes charm
+ lives within Grade II listed building
Cittie of Yorke is charming, living inside a Grade II listed building that transports you back in time.
It is a Samuel Smith's pub and doesn't offer particularly exciting drinks or pub grub, but prices are decent and portion size for food quite generous.
But you don't really come here for the food and drinks;...more
From the second I stepped into this pub I got a strange feeling of deja vu and nostalgia. Maybe I was a 20th century English pub-patron in a past life. I'll take it.
I really enjoyed the dim lighting and the large space this unexpected pub provides. This Sam Smith pub is fabulously priced, despite being essentially right in the middle of the Chancery Lane, financial services area. Though...more