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Ship's Cellar Pub

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Ship's Cellar Pub Lunch & Dinner 

 Reserve A Table Down Below!



  • Face masks are required for all employees and guests in all common areas and while moving between tables
  • Please send only 1 member of your party to our host when you arrive
  • All members of your party must be ready to be seated at once
  • To ensure all our guests have an opportunity to dine with us time limits may be enforced during busy service periods
  • If anyone in your party is feeling ill we kindly request you cancel or reschedule your reservation 
  • We will refuse service if anyone in your party is visibly ill or displaying symptoms of COVID-19
  • We are following all Maine restaurant guidelines and request that you do as well for the health and safety of all our employees and guests 

 The Ship’s Cellar Pub is a “must see” facet of the Inn. In recent years, the Pub has been transformed from its former livery stable atmosphere into a rare nautical experience. 

Located in the lower level of the Inn, you’ll feel as though you are boarding a fine Newport Sailing Vessel, as you descend below deck into a multi-room tavern and lounge finished in a dazzling display of fine woodwork and joinery. Mahogany decking and shop lap boards create a rich, warm glow, while delicate in-lays of exotic woods and veneers celebrate the tradition of Maine’s wooden boat building reputation. Cozy, comfortable, leather cushioned “settees” create compartments and nooks for dining and lounging.  

Open daily for lunch and dinner featuring an extensive MENU and discriminating wine list.  All items marked with an asterisk are gluten free or can be modified to be gluten free. 

Ship's Cellar Pub Hours: 

Sunday - Thursday 4:00pm - 9:00pm 

Friday & Saturday 12:00pm - 9:00pm 

"Make a Night of It: The full yachty experience isn't complete without a pint at the Ship's Cellar Pub below the York Harbor Inn, where beadboard ceilings, exposed frames, and portholes will make you swear you're dining inside an elegant sailing yacht."
- Downeast Magazine.