Big 7 Travel, a global travel site, has released this year’s version of its ‘The 50 Best Gastropubs In The UK’ list and Yorkshire gastropubs feature in the list.

The list sees Yorkshire feature five times, meaning some of its gastropubs are the best in the UK.

It’s the second year that the list has been compiled and shared and it's a combined score of reader’s suggestions throughout the year, online user reviews and Big 7 Travel’s editorial team.

A gastropub is defined as a hybrid pub, bar and restaurant serving alcoholic food and drinks.

The list was looking out for those establishments that went above and beyond just ordinary pub grub.

It would be the sort of place patrons would come to for a Sunday roast, house-cured meats an artisan ingredients.

Which Yorkshire gastropubs made the list and where did they place?

  • Sandpiper Inn, Market Place, Leyburn, North Yorkshire – Position 29
  • Pipe and Glass, Beverley – Position 30
  • The Star Inn, Helmsley, North Yorkshire – Position 35
  • The Angel at Hetton, Hetton, North Yorkshire – Position 39
  • The Judge’s Lodging, York – Position 47

Which gastropubs made it into the top 10?

  1. The Sportsman – Whitstable, Kent
  2. The Broad Chare – Newcastle upon Tyne
  3. The Wild Rabbit – Cotswolds, Oxfordshire
  4. The Coach – Marlow, Buckinghamshire
  5. Dog and Gun Inn – Skelton, Cumbria
  6. Parkers Arms – Clitheroe, Lancashire
  7. Mr Thomas’s Chop House – Manchester
  8. The Hind’s Head – Bray, Buckinghamshire
  9. The Fordwich Arms – Canterbury, Kent
  10. The Hero of Maida – London