The Three Tuns - York
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A black and white wooden beamed pub established in 1782, The Three Tuns is certainly a gem of a pub, ideal for lunch, evening meals or even a coffee. Often considered as a tourist attraction in itself, this historic homely pub serves award winning traditional cask ale and homemade mulled cider in the winter which is always a winner for those wanting to warm drink to match the atmosphere as they step in out of the cold. Food includes traditional pub classics such as homemade stews and chilli con carne, handmade beef burgers and sausages and English fish and chips. What's more is that all food is locally sourced. If you fancy a bite to eat then be sure to get there before 9pm Monday-Thursday, 8pm Friday and 7.30pm Saturday and Sunday. Ever the diverse venue, The Three Tuns hosts 'quiz night' on Monday and Wednesday with cash and beer prizes to be won. All in all this atmospheric beauty of a pub is well worth a visit whether you be a tourist, student or local.
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