'A SHARP SEASONAL REPERTOIRE' - The Good Food Guide 2013
This creeper - clad stone building dates back to at least 1863 and today is one of the leading dining pubs in the area. Standing in the centre of the village of Grindleton, in the heart of the Ribble Valley, The Duke Of York is only a stone’s throw away from the A59 main Clitheroe to Skipton road.
This low - ceilinged inn, with its stone-flagged floors and nooks and crannies re-opened in December 2007 under new ownership and has undergone a thorough but sympathetic refurbishment whilst retaining it’s traditional charms, giving it a new lease of life and a fresh outlook. There’s room for a few drinkers at the bar but the place is driven from the kitchen by Chef Proprietor Michael Heathcote who cooks honest food with robust flavours.
The mood inside is casual and welcoming and in wintertime a crackling log fire and slowly cooked dishes make ‘The Duke’ feel special. In the summer months you can dine outside in the lovely garden.
Up to fifty people can be seated in the restaurant making it the ideal venue for a private occasion such as a wedding, family celebration or relaxed dinner party. Special menus can be offered to suit your personal tastes and requirements.
This is a perfect place to enjoy great food and drink - we look forward to welcoming you.
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