The York Tap is a beer focused pub fronting York Railway Station, with the rear entrance right on Platform 1 (photo 1). It’s an award-winning conversion of the old tea rooms which were built as part of the station between 1872 and 1877. The pub still has the original art nouveau stained glass ceiling domes and windows, and a stunning terrazzo floor. (photos 2 – 5).
Its owned by the York based beer suppliers Pivovar who also own Pivni in York City Centre, the Sheffield Tap on Sheffield station and the Leeds Tap in Leeds. The York Tap always has a huge range of cask and craft beers, usually eighteen, including three from Taylors and one or two from the beers brewed at Sheffield and Leeds Taps.
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