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Old Gate Bar & Restaurant, Hebden Bridge - pub details

Previously called: The Inn on the Bridge

Address: 1 Old Gate, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 6EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40165) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hebden Bridge (0.4 miles), Mytholmroyd (1.8 miles), Todmorden (4.3 miles)

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Arrived here 20 minutes before closing time on a Friday night as I wanted to tick it before it closed.

Busy inside, this large bar and restaurant is completely open plan inside, with an upstairs dining area.

As I say we only had time for 1 drink so I went for a pint of Atoms' Schrooder's Cat @ 3.5%, a decent pint. The 10 hand pumps had 7 ales and 2 ciders on, I cannot remember what they all were as I'd already had a fair few pints!

The bar is attractive and is copper topped.

Didn't spend enough time here to fully appreciate it.
lezford - 17 Jul 2016 18:19
Stunning choice of beers served by enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff. Right in the middle of the town. If you like local real ales this place is mecca.
Steamer1 - 6 Apr 2015 22:15
Great surroundings, beer and food.
There were several beers of various types and strengths, all we had were in perfect condition.
We had the early fixed price menu and to be fair you don’t get much. It was lovely though, for about £12 (I think) for two courses. This isn’t on their website.
The seating downstairs is a bit wine bar-ish – picnic benches and Chestertons which don’t lend themselves to comfortable and relaxed eating. There are a couple of proper tables and I think upstairs is more of a restaurant but it might be a bit quiet.

Richardhuddleston - 17 Mar 2014 14:32
Now THE place for real ale in Hebden Bridge. 8 handpumps serving a range of beers to suit all tastes. The 'house beer' is usually Magic Rock Curious. An enthusiastic and very knowledgable staff behind the bar. Outdoor drinking area. Restaurant upstairs. Dog friendly.
arihall - 12 Jun 2013 12:23
Huge floor area pub, expensively refurbished - crikey they even plated the long bar in copper sheet! Large and constantly changing range of 'local' ales all tasty so far - £2.80 average price so not massive relaunch price inflation. The menu did look uninspiring on opening but they have just revamped the menu and it looks more interesting. Staf are barely over 18 mostly but capable enough.

The sheer size of the place and open plan design can mean it can get quite noisy even with a few people in - not one for a quiet pint then, judging by the massive tables thats not the plan, but a godsend for Hebden on so many levels - hopefully the other places with try to compete.
parmantom - 24 Nov 2012 07:36

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