York's smallest pub, although its vivid red-brick frontage gives its presence away. Serving customers since 1798, it was last refurbished in 1903, thus warranting a Grade ll* listing for its hardly-touched interior. The taproom at the front is connected by a long corridor to the snug at the back, with the ales expertly handled by the landlord, a master cellarman. Groups are not permitted.
Open all year
Open all week
Open all day
Opening times: Monday to Thursday 11-11 (Friday to Saturday 11am-midnight Sunday 12-10.30)
Food and drink
Real ales: Timothy Taylor Landlord, Bradfield Farmers Blonde, Roosters Yankee, Rudgate Ruby Mild, Kelham Island Best Bitter
Real ciders: Thatchers Heritage, Westons Rosie's Pig and Old Rosie