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All Places in ‘Pubs, Clubs & Bars’

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    The Star Inn

    One of the more modern establishments in Filey, this pub is truly a shining star and appointed to a high standard with a bar-type feel also serving very pleasing and fresh meals, both at lunch time and in the evening. It has a pool table, occasional “turns” and most unusually read more

  • The Imperial

    The Imperial is seen by many as the epicentre of Filey life. It manages to combine the old fashioned pub welcome (turn right!) with live music bar and busy social (turn left!). Omar the friendliest pint-sized Italian around and his friendly team of staff (including the beautiful Rebecca), the affable read more

  • The Grapes

    The Grapes is a traditional pub on Filey’s oldest street, a short walk from The Foords. The landlord and his son are great karaoke fans and this is the place to let off steam for all the budding Gloria Gaynors and Neil Diamond’s amongst you.

  • Filey Snooker & Social Club

    Snooker clubs are usually associated with a misspent youth and are typically dens of inequity, Filey snooker club is however a friendly and welcoming club with membership costing only £3. A great venue to watch live sports on numerous big screens and very friendly staff. Well-kept beer at keen prices. read more

  • The Foords

    This is the oldest pub in Filey, and is a former coaching Inn, with a grade II listing and the historical charm and importance of this establishment hits you in the face as you enter. You must go here whilst in Filey, even if you are not a “pub type read more

  • Cobblers Arms

    This is one of the “new breed” of “old fashioned” five ale bars. Real Ales for people who take beer drinking seriously rather than it being an accompanying factor to an evening out. No wines by the glass (just those dreadful little bottles) and not fully licensed; i.e you can’t read more

  • The Buccaneer

    Pub meets nightclub meets restaurant. You will not find another establishment anywhere in the country that is more “piratey” than here. Pirates, pirates and particularly ghost-themed pirates. During the day and in the earlier part of the evening, this is a great place to go for simple honest, well-cooked family read more

  • Bonhommes Bar

    Bonhommes bar regular winner – or runner up – of the CAMRA rural pub of the Year Awards. A unique little side-street bar reminiscent of a small London private club. Friendly, good beer and usually a daft quiz to entertain you over the weekends and more increasingly quality live music read more

  • Belle Vue

    The Bell Vue literally “does what it says on the tin”, because it has – particularly in summer – a beautiful view over the bay. If you are a naughty smoker you can stand on the little terrace, drink in-hand and look out to sea! Nice. Regular live music, particularly read more

  • The Station

    A warm welcome is always waiting for both our regulars and new customers alike, and we are always pleased to see anyone visiting the coast or staying at one of the many nearby caravan parks. The Station is a genuine family pub, so please come with your children and enjoy read more