BeverleyEast Yorkshire, the distinguished County Hall having previously served Humberside and, before that, the old East Riding.
Beverley Minstermost impressive architecture and outstanding wood carving.
St Mary's ChurchBeverley is lucky to have two such churches because this one runs the Minster a good race. See to get splendid pictures of both.
Beverley Marketand the town Fair, are both famous.
address: Saturday Market, BeverleyThe Beverley Food Festival takes place every year in October and is one of the most popular events in the town's calendar,
address: York Road (A1174), HU17 8QZGo to the races at Beverley racecourse, which has regular flat-racing events April-October. The course is a mile west of town. Buses X46 and X47 stop here.
There are some good restaurants;
White's Brasserieon North Bar Without - devoted to food, no music, definitely no TV, and surprisingly good value with a fixed menu at under £20 a head, though the wines are pricey. Modern British with a French flavour
SeraglioVery nice plainly decorated Turkish restaurant in a small courtyard off Lairgate, the courtyard has a selection of Mediterranean trees including a Fig and a Pomegranate. Food is well prepared and fresh, expect to pay £20 - 35 per head with beers
Cerutti 2in what was the Station buffet. Specialises in fish, though there is a wide range of entrees to suit all tastes. They have a specials menu; just under £50 for two including a bottle of house wine. You will have to book well in advance as this place is very popular
Muang Thaismall plainly decorated Thai restaurant. The food seems to be freshly prepared on the premises. Prices are fairly high, expect to pay over £50 for two with beers, more if you want wine
And many others, including some chains such as Pizza Express and upmarket burgers at Ranch.
- The White Horse or Nellie's is a 17th-century pub that attracts numerous visitors, many from far away.
- The Sun Inn on Flemingate is 16th Century with a half-timbered front and exposed woodwork inside. Very good beers, music and food on particular evenings
- The Green Dragon on Saturday Market has good beers and usually has a range of guest ales
- The Foresters on Beckside is an ordinary workaday pub with good beers, usually including interesting guests, and surprisingly good cheap food early evenings - locally sourced meats