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All Places in ‘Pubs, Clubs & Bars’

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    Tommy’s

    Filey’s latest bar and diner. It’s something quite different and is a welcome addition to the town’s food and drink offer. Tommy’s is an American restaurant bar and live Country music venue. The food is homemade in-house and features locally sourced produce. Creatively and passionately made. An authentic taste and sound Read more [...]

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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 [...]

  • Cobble Bar & Bistro

    Overlooking the Coble Landing and with stupendous views across the bay, the Cobble Bar and Bistro, is a family friendly bar, restaurant/cafe over two floors. Kids menu, specials board and pizzas. Very much a seaside eatery. Dog friendly.

  • 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 [...]

  • Captain Wills

    Another recent edition to Filey’s bar scene, this time a conversion of the former Post Office. Captain Will’s is a cafe by day and bar by night. It is gaining a reputation for quality DJ sets on a Sunday tea time; from Northern Soul to popular sounds. There’s usually four hand Read more [...]

  • The Boat Shed

    The Boat Shed is a relatively new venture, part of the redevelopment of the former police station site on Murray Street. Essentially, the Boat Shed is a cosy bar with pizza’s, garlic bread’s and nibbles. In the summer get there early as the tables are quickly taken and in particular Read more [...]

  • Banks Lounge Bar

    As the name might suggest, Banks was converted from the former Yorkshire Bank premises a couple of years ago. It is quite striking inside, with art deco features, drinkers can sit in the former bank vault and the manager’s office! It is very different to the usual pub offering and Read more [...]

  • Cobblers Arms

    This is one of the “new breed” of “old fashioned” five ale bars. As the name suggests Cobblers used to be, well, the cobblers! It has been converted from shodding shoes to flogging flagons. The bar is very dog friendly and there is a small rear room for families. It Read more [...]

  • The Foords

    This is the oldest pub in Filey, and is a former coaching Inn. It is grade II listed and the historical charm 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 person”, and Read more [...]