The Biltmore, York - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29885) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
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please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
|We visited on Sunday afternoon for the happy hour cocktails (we had to ask for the happy hour menu card as it wasn't offered to us). Had a very chilled afternoon on the comfy leather sofas. There seemed to be nobody under 35 in there, although there were probably a couple of dozen people inside. Only downside was that there was no ale but the Peroni Rossa was decent enough in bottles. |
paul_d102 - 23 Apr 2012 20:19
|the bar looks good on the outside,toilets and venue were looking a bit grubby.|
A group of us went in at the weekend for a friends birthday and we found the staff and ambiance seriously lacking.dont think i will be going back
thedoc234 - 1 Jul 2010 16:37
|fab place, good prices on wine/champagne and food is fab too. nice big comfy couches, infact you wont want to go anywhere else in town once you have been here.|
danyork - 26 Jan 2007 14:33
|Just recently opened, The Biltmore lacks any atmosphere. Very elegant interior with chandeliers and lots of glass, it's a great place to do business or start off a romantic date.|
Drinks and food are outrageously priced, although this will probably change over time.
Clientele are 25+, but the pretentious type (dragons in manolo's huddled together discussing why their lives aren't like Sex In The City). I'd give it another year before visiting this bar.
steeveeweevee - 29 Oct 2006 14:31
|Very new bar, stylish and lavish interior. Built inside an old Friends Meeting Hall.|
Ceiling is double height, with a mezzenine seating area running around the outside. To the right as you enter there are an array of tables set-up more for dinners, to the left, space for people having a less formal drink. In the centre is a square bar area, with some seating.
There is a very small but pleasant terrace, and some large sofa's in a soft seating area.
They have a good choice of bottled beers, but a lesser selection on draught. The wine list is long as is the spirit list.
They serve food which looks pretty good, and the menu is very readable.
All in all, a very pleasant place. Its still busy with people visiting for the first time, as it is newly open, it'll be interesting to see how it develops with time.
alistair_cross - 25 Jul 2006 11:52