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Bridge Inn, Grinton - pub details

Bridge Inn

Address: B6270, Grinton, Richmond, Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire, DL11 6HH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36796) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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other pubs nearby:

Black Bull, Reeth (0.7 miles), Kings Arms Hotel, Richmond (0.8 miles), Buck Hotel, Richmond (0.8 miles)

 

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Paid another visit to the Bridge Inn on a Tuesday evening. Beer choice just as good as before - four ales with the 'Bountiful' going down a treat. If anything the food has got better - I had a superb meal of pork belly (with crackling!). Atmosphere, good ales and food - it's got it all.
fazerblue - 31 Aug 2012 04:01
Called in in November 2011 to a friendly greeting, a warm open fire and 4 great real ales. The meal was probably the best bar meal I have had, and good value.
Just as a country pub should be
fellwalker2010 - 3 Nov 2011 15:02
Excellent dog friendly pub. We had booked a table but sat in the main bar as we had our dog with us; dogs aren't allowed in the dinning room (which is fair enough) and we hadn't mentioned the dog when we booked. 4 real ales on 2 from darn sarf (Ringwood and Brakspears), and 2 from Jennings, I tried 3 and all were on top form. Food was superb, Chicken and Leek pie for herself, Grouse for me, followed by excellent puds. A little on the dear side but that said still well worth a visit if you are in the area.
Drusy - 30 Aug 2011 16:23
Characterful Dales pub with a larger than life landlord. The main bar area is warm and cosy and full of the usual paraphernalia, and given the pub is very popular with tourists/diners you need to arrive early. There is a dining 'annexe' although it feels a bit sterile and cut-off from the heart of the pub. That said, there's a nice outdoor seating area for sunny days where you can watch the Dales traffic (the odd tourist or tractor). Service is friendly and efficient and the menu was varied and good value, with my supper arriving reasonably quickly given how busy the place was. There were four ales on offer during my visit, including a rather interesting Cherry Picker from the Wychwood Brewery (Hobgoblin).

If you're in the area this place is a must!
fazerblue - 23 Aug 2011 08:50
Stop by here yesterday for a quick pint.
Recieved a warm welcome and had a lovely pint of Cocker Hoop
the_wandering_barman - 16 Jul 2011 22:50

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