One of York City Centres Oldest & Quirkiest Pubs
You’ll find Thomas’s of York just a stone’s throw away from the historical York Minster and they do love tradition and history at Thomas’s.
Bit about the Pub’s past
In 2012 Thomas’s was reopened as a traditional (yet quirky) British pub after its closure back 2010. The Pub had become a Mexican bar, but with so many British pubs closing, the new owners were proud to re-open the doors again as Thomas’ and to give it back its rightful and historical name.
You’ll notice that on here and within Thomases that the name is spelt with different variations, this is due to a long-standing debate on how the family name should be spelt.
They pride themselves on a warm welcome, local Real Ales including one of the UK’s rarest, a wine list that the staff claim to have personally drank a lot of to hand pick, this plus great food from local farms & suppliers.
Why not check out their new celebrity ceiling signed by a British Oscar winner or see their wall of heads with a difference!
Sit in our theatre room or have afternoon lunch with the Queen watching over you with their 10ft mural of her passing Thomas’s in 1972 on a Royal visit to York. You can even see their sign in the background.
Maybe enjoy one of the silent movies they show or play a board game with friends.
Thomases is well worth a visit and such a great supporter of diversity.
You can find Thomas’s Bar York located at 3 Museum Street, York (YO1 7FD).