The Black Bull: "Famous inn" Top 5 Page for this destination Haworth Restaurant Tip by Britannia2
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The Black Bull is Haworth’s most famous public house, standing in the little cobbled square at the top of the steep main street. It was frequented by Patrick Branwell Bronte (brother of the famous three sisters), where he would drink excessively, until he died of Tuberculosis in 1848, aged 31. The Black Bull itself still houses " Branwell’s Chair" . This was the famous favourite chair used by Branwell during his many visits to the pub. You can just go in for a drink but there is a restaurant there as well.
In my opinion one of the best places to eat in the village. There are cheaper options in the village but I guess you pay for history.
Favorite Dish: Food ranges from sandwiches at £4.25 , burgers at £4.10 and baguettes at £5.25. There are giant Yorkshire puddings at £6.25 but full meals which are generally priced at £6.99. (February 2009 prices). The menu is typically English but there are vegetarian options.
I visited in February 2009 and had lamb shank at £8.25. Served with mint and mashed potatoes and vegetables.Very good standard and good service.
Address: 119 Main Street, Haworth, Bradford, West Yorkshire
Comparison: more expensive than average
Directions: At the top of Main Street near the church.
Phone: 01535 642249
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