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The Yorkshire Grey



The Yorkshire Grey

This is where the Yorkshire Grey microbrewery pub used to be

Location: 29 Grays Inn Road, London

Description: The Yorkshire Grey is an old late 1800's built Pub. Recently bought by an independent we are told. Used to be a microbrewery up until a few years ago.

Had food and drink here yesterday and both were excellent and service was v v good. They make their own classic burger and 3 of us enjoyed them immensely. I would imagine its a busy office type pub but Saturday was a nice mix of tourists and londoners which is a good sign!


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The Yorkshire Grey

This is where the Yorkshire Grey microbrewery pub used to be


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