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New York Tavern, Rotherham - pub details

Address: 84 Westgate, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S60 1Bd [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Rotherham Central (0.4 miles), Meadowhall (2.9 miles), Darnall (3.9 miles)

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This recently taken over pub is now home to the Chantry Brewery and is their tap close to the “new” football ground. I got here at 2.30pm on a Saturday in late August & it was packed with football fans, mainly home supporters.

12 hand pumps dispensing 11 ales and 1 real cider. I went for a pint of Chantry Breweries Summer Calypso @ 3.7%, a thoroughly decent pint and great value at £2.10 aswell.

Being football day there were loads of bar staff on and as it was only 30 mins to kick off most of the crowd left within 10 minutes of me arriving allowing me time and space to enjoy my pint.

Shame I only had time for a flying visit as this is a cracking pub that I would of liked to have spent more time in.

lezford - 5 Oct 2015 13:49
This pub was originally called the Princes of Wales Feathers and was until recently the last remaining open pub in the Westgate area of Rotherham, however it is now under the new name of the New York Tavern,( named as it is after an old pub that used to stand in this area many years ago), and like the nearby Cutlers Arms, a pub with close links to the local Chantry Brewery.
The pub boasts an array of Chantry beers, as well as several guest ales, all at a superb value £2 per pint. Whilst the price cannot be faulted, the interior is however a little bland and sterile and could do with a little thought given to filling the blank walls which surround the bar area.
The pub should be encouraged however as real ale in Rotherham was hardly common and this is a welcome addition, just add a little character to the interior and you have a good pub on your hands.
SouthYorkshireman - 13 Apr 2014 17:20

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