If you are interested in a night on the town around Hull but you aren’t sure whether you’d prefer the hustle and bustle of a pub or a quaint wine bar, then here’s the guide for you. Here I’ll be showing you the best places to go in Hull and why:
This new restaurant and bar brings a taste of California to the cobbles of Beverly, The bar has over 70 different beers, including 17 draught beers. There is space for 80 diners inside, with booths as well as open tables. A spacious outdoor area has more tables, with wicker seating and outdoor heaters. This is perfect for both the larger groups or a more intimate group of people
At the heart of old town, this unique cocktail bar is the epitome of everything Hull encompasses. Bar 82 is a boutique venue serving high-quality food and beverage in an elegant and fashionable environment which provides the perfect setting for private events and social outings. It may not be the best place for a rowdy night out, but it’s perfect for a cocktail night with the girls!
A bar, restaurant and late lounge. Silvers provides a large number of private booths, for that extra special occasion indulge yourself in one of the four luxurious VIP rooms. Silvers can provide the full dining experience, as well as canapés, Champagne and cocktails, either at the bar or with full table service.Silvers really does give you that Versitile option, whether you are popping in for a romantic drink or going with a large group of friends, silvers bar can cater to your needs
If your not a fan of the wine bar atmosphere then why not pop down to the Lion and Key? Specialising in well cooked high-end pub meals and well known for their large fish and chip portions they’re the perfect place to visit for a filling meal with a nice glass of wine or a refreshing beer by your side.
Ambiente pays tribute to the traditional ‘tabancos’ bars of Spain, serving gourmet Mediterranean-inspired tapas with a Yorkshire twist, alongside the largest range of sherries in the north of England.
Now celebrating their tenth year, we have launched the fourth and newest of our independent restaurants, in the City of Culture’s vibrant Fruit Market area. Our Hull endeavour boasts the stylish urban setting of a converted factory building adorned with a rotation of modern art.
Whether you’re after clean-eating dishes from the elegant combination Josper grill or the rich comforts of Spanish-style meat and potatoes, we invite you to while away a few hours over tapas, sherry, wine and good company.