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Located on the banks of the River Calder, in Wakefield, The Wharfside has views over historic areas of Wakefield.Here at The Wharfside we pride ourselves on being a drinking and dining establishment. We have Black Sheep on tap throughout the year, as well as regularly changing guest ales and a fantastic wine selection.If you are looking for places to eat in Wakefield, then we are definitely a place to visit!All of our food is freshly prepared and is made using the freshest, finest, locally sourced ingredients. Our menu is accompanied with a regularly changing specials board, which reflects all of the finest foods and flavours currently in season.If you are looking for function room in Wakefield that is stylish and available for private hire, then our function room may be perfect for you! Our team aim to ensure that your special occasion runs perfectly. Check out our function page for more information.
Welcome to The Cobbler, in Pontefract.We are a traditional pub, where we specialise in homecooked food made using delicious locally sourced ingredients. Our Chefs have come to us from the acclaimed New Wheatsheaf, and their fantastic style of cooking comes through in our menus and all of the food served at The Cobbler.We have a large car park and a fantastic open fire - offering you a warm welcome into our cosy and inviting restaurant and bar area.We have a large outside seating area, which is perfect for enjoying the sunny weather. We also have a full Sky Sports Package, so that you can come down and enjoy the sports, whilst enjoying a drink in our Bar area.If you are looking for a family-friendly pub, that is perfect for meals the children or a relaxing evening with friends then The Cobbler is worth visiting.
A very warm welcome from The Cadeby Inn, Doncaster.Located in spectacular surrounding countryside of Cadeby, The Cadeby Inn is a beautiful venue with plenty of character. The building has been sympathetically restored with an added contemporary feel, so whether you are looking for somewhere to eat or a welcoming place for a quiet drink, you are sure to find something to suit your needs in this cosy village gastropub.All of our food is carefully prepared by our fantastic team of chefs, using only the finest ingredients – sourced from the best local suppliers and our specials are updated regularly, using seasonal ingredients. The bar area is fully stocked with a variety of drinks, including the finest single malt whiskies and a selection of real ales that are changed regularly.
The Blue Bell Inn
This delightful village inn, which can be found nesting in the picturesque village of Wentbridge, is now owned by Jamie and Kerry Merrill who are quickly building up a reputation for excellent food, great beers and fine wines – all served in a very convivial atmosphere, by warm and friendly staff.Originally a coaching inn, The Bluebell Inn in Wentbridge, dates back to before the sixteenth century.Almost totally re-built in 1974 using the original stone, the interior is fitted out with the famous Mouseman furniture. Pews and screens are also used in the lounge area, which have come from the local church and cathedral.Although set in the tranquil countryside of west Yorkshire, the A1 and M1 motorway networks are just minutes away by car.An extensive menu is available seven days a week, and complimented on Sundays with a superb carvery. In addition to the main menu a wide range of daily specials are also available. All food is freshly cooked using the finest local produce.The Bluebell is proud of it wide range of cask ale that includes Timothy Taylor's Landlord.