82 Main Street
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York CAMRA Country Pub of the Season Winter 2009
Good Beer Guide
Four miles north of Selby off the A19 you'll find The Greyhound, a welcoming pub in the heart of the historic village of Riccall. This friendly family-run village pub dates back to the late 1800s. The interior is charming, while outside there's a superb large beer garden.
Once again certified with the prestigious Cask Marque and Locale acceditation, the Greyhound is open all day, the pub boasts quality ales, including Tetleys, Tetleys Mild, Theakstons, Worthingtons, John Smiths smooth, Guiness and four rotating guest beers. Together with a good range of lagers such as Kronenbourg 1664, Carling and Fosters. The cider, stout, wines, spirits and soft drinks are all premium.
Sue also has an extensive wine list.
Relaxed and warm, the ambience is always a draw here, making the inn popular with locals and visitors alike - many of whom are in the region to enjoy the attractions of River Ouse walking, the Trans Pennine Trail, Skipwith Common Nature Reserve, Selby, York and the surrounding area. Steve and Sue, offer all their guests a warm welcome.
Tuesday to Friday, 5 to 8 o'clock
Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 2 o'clock
The Sunday carvery is very popular, with several roasts and all the trimmings.