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Thirteen Wine Bar, Settle - pub details

Thirteen Wine Bar
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Address: 13 Duke Street, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9DU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31180) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Settle (0.6 miles), Giggleswick (0.6 miles), Horton-in-ribblesdale (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Lovely place when we visited in September. Makes a nice change from the other pub like pubs! Seems to be all about beer now, no food. Had some interesting ones on. Friendly landlord running the bar.
Old_King_Cole - 10 Nov 2015 21:56
Reviews here are spot on.

Dark Horse Best Bitter was superb.

Mrs Mappiman wasnt so keen on the unisex toilets.

Much better than a wine bar.
Mappiman - 1 Nov 2014 22:32
The Dark Horse Best Bitter was probably the best pint I had all weekend. Didn't try the Goose Eye Chinook. A very good wine/café/ale bar that appealed to all of our party. Definitely worth visiting if in the town.
paul_d102 - 15 Dec 2013 20:18
Very small little bar with the feel of a cellar bar.

Only popped in for a quick drink on a Saturday evening, pub was fairly quiet.

Only had a pint of Chez Bud which was fine and consequently can't comment on the ales. Would go back if in the area.
kevmac - 5 Oct 2011 18:19
Robert & Christine deserve all the plaudits that will surely come their way. Thirteen is that rare beast: a cafe/wine bar that also manages to appeal to the discerning beer drinker. Hetton Pale Ale & Pen-Y-Ghent Ale cater for the bitter enthusiasts, while those who prefer lager can partake of Budvar. The fridge is well stocked with a wide variety of bouteille, including 2 or more Belgian premiums.

Foodwise, it's a gem. Thursday night steak night is well worth the money. Wednesday early evening, known amongst the locals as "soup kitchen" offers casserole and a pint/glass of wine for £6 and surely can't be beat. I've also dined there several times on Saturday lunchtime and would do so more often if work allowed.

There is free internet access at the rear for those who can't bear to be sans technology for a few hours, and the ambience as a whole is relaxed yet modern and, should you wish it, you can always find someone to point out your shortcomings.

A lovely spot that is going from strength to strength.
MrWensleydale - 23 Feb 2011 23:19

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