Hull City Centre Property Area Guide
PUBS AND RESTAURANTS
There is a wide variety of places to drink in Hull city centre, from contemporary bars to the traditional pubs of the Old Town. At The Old House Craft Beer Bar, in Scale Lane, you will find continental beers, gourmet burgers and sharing boards. There is also a range of ten craft beers and cask ales, speciality spirits, artisan gins and fine wines.
You will also find an atmospheric venue at the Minerva , one of Hull’s most iconic pubs, which was popular with seafaring folk 200 years ago and continues to draw in punters today with its cask ales and hearty meals. There are also nightclubs, such as the Sugar Mill, where you can enjoy music styles including chart hits and R ‘n’ B. This part of Hull is also very well served with restaurants, with a wide range of different cuisines including vegetarian specialists Hitchcocks, Italian food at Al Porto and, if you are looking for a quick bite, thereis homecooked food at Leonardo’s Bistro Bar . For those looking to enjoy a show, a gig or a film screening after enjoying a meal, then the arts venue Kardomah94 has freshly-made pizzas, flatbreads and pastries, and tapas treats to be enjoyed before the shows.
Living in the city centre means you have got easy access to Hull’s transport network. The Paragon Interchange, a combined bus and railway station, provides convenient links to all parts of the city, and surrounding towns and villages, courtesy of the Hull and East Yorkshire bus network. You can connect to any part of the national railway network from Hull. From the city centre, there is easy access to the A63 dual carriageway, which links to the Humber Bridge, the M62 and major motorway network beyond.
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