• Monday 16:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday 16:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 16:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 16:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 22:00

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York Public House

The York has been serving home cooked food, fine wines and perfect ales to the masses since September 2010. You can make yourself at home in front of our open fire, grab a table amongst the curiosities or relax in our snug. In the summer our enclosed garden is a welcome retreat from the bustle of Broomhill.

General Information

  • All Points North Pub Co.
  • No known awards

Pub Facilities

  • Real Ales
  • Cocktails
  • Beer garden
  • Smoking area
  • Car park
  • Disabled access
  • Disabled facilities
  • Children welcome
  • Dogs welcome
  • Card payments
  • Function room
  • Accommodation
  • Wi-Fi Internet access

Pub Entertainment

  • Background music
  • Sports on TV
  • Pool table
  • Snooker table

Pub Food

  • Food served
  • Walk-ins welcome
  • Monday 16:00 - 21:00
  • Tuesday 16:00 - 21:00
  • Wednesday 16:00 - 21:00
  • Thursday 16:00 - 21:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 21:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 21:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 19:00

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Style: IPA - Session
ABV: 4.50%
Brewery: Kirkstall Brewery
Last seen:
Three Swords

Three Swords

Style: Pale Ale - XPA (Extra Pale)
ABV: 4.50%
Brewery: Kirkstall Brewery
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Ryes Against

Ryes Against

Style: Rye Beer
ABV: 4.70%
Brewery: Marble Beers Ltd
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10 Reviews of York:

  • Colleen Penny

    Visited the pub on Easter Sunday with husband and two adult sons. Food absolutely dreadful... the worst I've ever had in a restaurant.

    OK... I know Easter Sunday was probably a bit stressful for the staff, but they still took our money. This was a special occasion for a family get-together and the evening was spoiled by this awful culinary experience. I complained in detail to the management and received an apology!

  • Paul Sharp

    At a conference at the University (The Edge) and researched the local pubs here on this web site. Choose "The York" as it is close, has cask ales, and sounded like a good place for a meal.

    My wife and I were not disappointed. Table service was fast, friendly, and attentive. There was a choice of seven cask ales and the food was tasty and well made. My wife's salmon was cooked to perfection and her request for a slight modification from the menu was readily accepted. My vegetarian dish was among the best I have had.

    I highly recommend The York for a meal and a good pint.

  • Paul Cavill

    Went to the York on Saturday the 14th July. The decor is great, superb selection of real ales. The bar staff were totally miserable, not one of them could raise a smile or a welcoming hello. Spoilt what should have been a good night out.

  • R. Armstrong

    Fantastic diamond of a pub. Brilliant quality food, very reasonably priced in comparison to any other restaurant I've been to with same quality food. Excellent service, from our lovely female waitress.

    Did I mention their real ale choice? Just excellent really well-kept ales, all perfectly served, crystal clear! Bar staff are really informative and know their products. Credit to all the staff there!

    Been several times and have never been disappointed. By far the best real ale pub and restaurant in Sheffield.

  • Julia Owen

    Very disappointed. The decor is lovely but the prices for food here are comparable with decent restaurant prices in this area.

    Portions were minuscule. Sharing are platters not big enough to be shared - not even with a mouse! I suggest they do some market research - customers do not want to feel ripped off.

    We definitely would not recommend it & will not eat there again.

  • Adam Brent

    Went for lunch with friends and thought it was absolutely appalling. Kept hearing some Scottish guy shouting abuse at the chefs, which was very upsetting. And to top it all the food was terrible. Will never go back.

  • Graham Braithwait

    Been to The York at Broomhill a number of times with my Dad for lunch or with my mate Mat for the start of our Broomhill / Ranmoor / Nether Green pub crawl.

    We all like the decor and staff are very welcoming. Dad and I both think the food is very good and fairly priced. We have now been there 3 or 4 times in the past 3 or 4 months, finding the staff and food consistently spot on.

    I usually drink Guinness and it is not available, but a porter is sold and makes a pleasant change not like some I have tried in the past.

  • Cathy Williams

    Friendly staff and good service.

    Food was absolutely awful - undercooked fish in leathery batter, bullet-hard peas and barely cooked chips.

    Would not return unless heavily sedated.

  • Sharon Moffatt

    This place is fantastic. The refurb is amazing and it looks great but would the food and service be as good? Oh yes! Great menu, fantastic food, value for money, friendly staff.

    We went with 2 children and the staff were so helpful. The kiddies menu is great at £4.95 for a main course, drink and dessert but it is smaller versions of some of the main courses and my little boy didn't fancy the garlic sausage stew but demolished the fish and chips quickly enough!

    Overall a brilliant dining out experience and we will be back soon. Even considering Christmas Day.

  • Ben Nigam

    Very nice pub generally, but despite having a valid ID I was not allowed in. This was due to my hair being short on my ID and the manager of the York claimed it wasn't me. I had plenty of evidence showing my name on university licences, rail card, but he still would not allow me to go in. This picture is accepted on my passport and I have no queries by passport control. Furthermore my friends were already in the York and he would not let me go in and inform them of what was going on, forcing me to find a payphone to ring them. As a result me and my friends have boycotted until the matter has changed!

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News for York:

  • The popular York pub in Broomhill temporarily closed its doors earlier this month for an extensive refurbishment. The well-known establishment, located on Fulwood Road, was recently acquired by All Points North Pub Co. following its sale by the True North Brew Company in early 2024. This refurbishment promises to bring a refreshed and revitalised experience to its patrons.

    Ed Mason, co-founder of All Points North Pub Co., shared the vision behind the refurbishment: "The York is already a great pub in the heart of Broomhill with a loyal following but has been the same for a long time and is looking a bit tired in places. We believe it will benefit from a refresh. Nothing too radical, evolution not revolution. A facelift, refreshed furniture, layout, lighting, and general décor. We want the pub to be a cosier, warmer, and more welcoming. A place people want to settle in and spend their day and evening."

    This approach ensures that although the pub will undergo significant updates, it will retain its core charm and atmosphere.

    The refurbishment will focus on several key areas to enhance the overall experience for visitors:

    * Facelift: Improvements to the exterior and interior appearance to make the pub more inviting.
    * Refreshed Furniture: Upgrading seating and tables to provide better comfort and aesthetics.
    * Layout Changes: Reorganising the interior to improve flow and usability.
    * Lighting and Décor: Updating lighting fixtures and decorative elements to create a warmer, cosier environment.

    Since the takeover by All Points North Pub Co., The York has been showcasing beers from Five Points Brewing, co-founded by Ed Mason, and Kirkstall Brewery, co-owned by Steve Holt, the other co-founder of the pub company. In addition to these, the pub has featured a variety of guest drinks from Sheffield's vibrant craft and independent breweries, a tradition that will continue post-refurbishment.

    An exciting development for The York is the introduction of a new head chef and a refreshed food menu. Mason elaborated, "Post refurb we are looking forward to welcoming back all our existing regulars and some new faces! We will also have a new head chef joining the team, a refreshed food menu, and plans for daytime opening."

    The new menu is expected to highlight local and independent suppliers, ensuring that The York continues to support the regional food and drink producers.

    The York reopened on 27th June, with an official relaunch day planned for 5th July.

  • Exciting changes are on the horizon for The York pub, located in Sheffield's Broomhill area, as it undergoes a refurbishment under new ownership.

    The reins of The York have been passed from True North Brew Co. to the All Points North Pub Co., marking the latter's inaugural foray into Sheffield's vibrant pub scene.

    Ed Mason, co-founder of All Points North, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "We are thrilled to venture into Sheffield and welcome The York into our expanding family of pubs. Kane Yeardley and the team at True North have nurtured The York into a cherished establishment in Broomhill, and we are eager to build upon their legacy."

    In a joint venture with Steve Holt, founder of Kirkstall Brewery, Mr. Mason aims to infuse The York with a fresh identity. The pub will now proudly feature a selection of Kirkstall and Five Points Brewing (Mr. Mason's own brewery) beers alongside offerings from Sheffield's diverse array of craft breweries and independent suppliers.

    "We believe in fostering inviting, community-oriented pubs that offer a diverse range of high-quality beer and food," Mr. Mason affirmed. "Our approach emphasises honouring the pub's heritage, supporting local suppliers, and extending a warm welcome to everyone in the local community."

    Despite the impending changes, The York's familiar faces will remain intact, as all front-of-house and kitchen staff are set to stay on board during the transition. The pub will continue to operate as usual until the planned refurbishment commences in the summer of 2024.

    While the current food menu will persist for the time being, Mr. Mason disclosed plans for future enhancements, with input from the dedicated staff ensuring a refreshed and exciting culinary experience for patrons.

  • The York pub in Broomhill has reopened under new management.

  • According to its website, the York pub is now closed, as it has been sold to a private buyer.

  • The York in Broomhill will cease to be a Scream pub from October 21st this year, and pass into the hands of the Dove and Rainbow (Sheffield CAMRA "Pub Of The Month" February 2008). The York will be closed for 10 days for a refurbishment 'backwards' to a traditional pub, serving an eclectic range of cask ales and ciders from around the UK. The transformation from discount chain £1 a pint Scream to a 'proper' pub will see the welcome return to Broomhill of one of its former great 'locals', taken over by Scream 7 years ago.

  • Despite the South Sea having its extended licence application turned down, another Broomhill pub has won an extension. The York has been given permission to open until Midnight Sunday to Thursday and until 1AM every Friday and Saturday. They had hoped to open until Midnight Monday to Wednesday and until 1AM Thursday to Sunday but council officials deemed this too much.