HISTORY OF THE PIPE & GLASS


The Pipe and Glass Inn stands on the site of the original gatehouse to Dalton Park – the magnificent yew tree in the garden is believed to be at least 400 years old. The original gatehouse was eventually replaced by the current building, part of which dates back to the 17th century.
Dalton Hall, the handsome family home of the Hothams, was built around 1720. The hall has been Grade II listed since 1966.

In the 1950s, the pub was bought from the Hotham family by Hull’s Jackson family, better known for their chain of bakeries and grocer’s shops.
In February 1989, the pub was gutted by fire, causing tens of thousands of pounds worth of damage: two chefs on the premises at the time escape suffering only with minor smoke inhalation. The Jacksons sold the pub in the early 1990s, and over the next 15 years or so, it had several private owners, until early 2006, when James and Kate Mackenzie bought the freehold, undertook a complete – and remarkably speedy! – refurbishment, and opened the new look Pipe and Glass in April of that year.
By 2010, the Pipe and Glass had won a Michelin star, an accolade it still holds, among many other awards.

food served

monday *
closed all day
tuesday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
wednesday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
thursday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
friday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
saturday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
sunday
12 – 16.00 pm
(TUES-SAT 2-5pm: afternoon savouries
menu served in the bar area)

BAR OPEN

monday *
closed all day
tuesday
12 - 23.00 pm
wednesday
12 - 23.00 pm
thursday
12 - 23.00 pm
friday
12 - 23.00 pm
saturday
12 - 23.00 PM
sunday
12 - 22.30 PM

* open bank holiday mondays
Booking is advisable in the restaurant.
Bookings not taken for tables in the bar.


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CONTACT

01430 810 246
email@pipeandglass.co.uk

DIRECTIONS

pipe and glass
west end
south dalton
beverley
east yorkshire
hu17 7pn