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The Parish, York - pub details

Address: Micklegate, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27101) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations York (0.2 miles), Poppleton (2.9 miles)

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Next pub / bar on our visit of York but this place is really not my thing.

No ale on tap, I wasn’t surprised for I opted for a bottle of European lager.

Stayed for 30 minutes while everyone else in my group finished their beers before crossing the river for “more delights”.

As mentioned above this type of place is not for me, however the building is lovely, even has an old tomb on one side of the building.

Worth a visit just to look at the interior.
lezford - 22 Jul 2014 12:54
Had this place actually still been a church, there might have been some people in there.

Sure it's different over the weekend, but it doesnt change the fact that it sucked.
EnfieldTaaaanBlud - 11 Apr 2014 11:11
Visited this pub out of curiosity more than anything. If you walked or drove past you wouldn't really look twice as it still looks like a church. Inside it has been converted, & despite some of the negative views of other contributors, I think it works really well. Open planned with hidden lighting. Very quiet when we visited but I imagine it can get very busy. Definitely aimed at the younger drinkers with the usual choice of alcopops & Eurofizz, however I had a well kept pint of John Smith's Cask. Staff were friendly. Worth a visit if its quiet.
happytyskie - 30 Dec 2009 21:04
visited the parish on 06/08/08..was curious as my surname is parish and it was next door to our hotel..can only say its a beautiful conversion,bar staff were friendly would definately visit again..nice SPIRITual atmosphere.
snowgoose - 9 Aug 2008 23:43
Well, I can't say much about this pub except they wouldn't let us in. 10.40pm on a Sunday night, well dressed in shirt and trousers (no trainers) and in a group of 4 (two males and two females). The doorstaff said they didn't allow admission to "large groups". Ridiculous.

In this day and age, the bars need punters more than punters need bars. If establishments like this don't want my hard earned money then they won't have a second chance to get it. I will avoid this place in the future, and would advise readers of this review to do likewise. I wonder if the owners of this bar know what kind of over zealous and moronic doorstaff they employ ?
MountainMan - 18 Jun 2008 17:02

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