From fabulous fish’n’chips to terrific tearooms…

Ancient market town laws saw public houses in Otley flourish and there are still around 20 drinking holes today, from traditional pubs that pre-date the English Civil War, to hip style bars with a vibrant live music scene, unparalleled for a small market town.

When it comes to dining out, choose from Modern British to Moroccan and Italian to Indian. We have high-end places to wine and dine, riverside eateries, popular prosecco bars and laid-back eateries. Sample true Roman-style pizza, cooked fresh every day, or pick up a tray of haddock and chips from one of the many chip shops.

People talk about the number of pubs we have in Otley, but there are also a surprising number of cafes and tearooms. Choose from the 1950s-themed Pink Tearooms, hipster, dog-friendly Salami & Co, Shoreditch-style Bloomfield Square, towering afternoon teas at the Bay Tree or one of the many more offerings dotted around town.

For more details, see our separate pages for Pubs, Restaurants, Cafés and Fish’n’Chips.

Top five must-dos
    • Sample a pork pie from one of our award-winning butchers
      • Sip real ale in one (or more) of the town’s many pubs. See otleypubclub.co.uk
        • Take afternoon tea in one of the fabulous tearooms
          • Pick up a piece of authentic pizza from A Casa di Alessia
            • Grab some Fish’n’Chips and head for the River Wharfe