The City of York has a dynamic range of independent local businesses offering unique places to eat, drink and shop within the ancient city walls. Pick up bespoke gifts and local produce and experience the vibrant café culture of York. Look out for the following places displaying the Badge of ASFF in their windows.

Food and Drink

2 Oxford Place

14 Gillygate, YO31 7EQ

The 2 Oxford Place offers a quaint garden seating area, serving drinks and cakes. With gluten free and vegan choices, it is suitable for those with dietary need looking for a scenic place to rest for the afternoon.

Angel on The Green

2-4 Bishopthorpe Rd, YO23 1JJ

With a large range of food, Angel on The Green can appeal to any foodie. Coffees and a full bar are opened for guests to settle in as or quickly pop in for something to drink in-between films from this year’s festival.

Bakes & Co

78-80 Gillygate, YO31 7EQ

Bake & Co is a family owned coffee bar, located close to the minster, serving sandwiches, pastries, coffee and teas. Great for those on the run between screenings or for those who want a quiet tea break.


Museum St, YO1 7DT

Within yards of its older sibling, Bakeshop is a modern and stylish café, with an emphasis on food to go. Offering speciality coffee and home-made bakes, pop in for a quick bite.


58 Walmgate, YO1 9TL

A homely and welcoming bistro, Barbakan offers hearty Eastern European cuisine, alongside an array of hot and cold drinks. Enjoy dinner after a long day of screenings in this rustic restaurant.

Belle’s Bouffe

25 Bootham, Y030 7BW

Belle’s Bouffe is an independent licensed café run by a trained cordon-bleu chef who has travelled the world. The menu is made in-house and all food is prepared to order, with locally sourced ingredients.

Bistro Guy

40 Gillygate, YO31 7EQ

Bistro Guy is an independent cafe bistro using the best of local seasonal produce. They have monthly theme nights from live music and wine tasting to Japanese cookery and are open seven days per week.

Bobo Lobo

5 Little Stonegate, YO1 8AX

Within walking distance of York train station, Bobo Lobo is a cocktail bar and grill restaurant serving a selection of classic and Tiki inspired drinks. Also offering cocktail mixology master classes, it’s the place to go with new friends.

Brew & Brownie

5 Museum St, YO1 7DT

The team at Brew & Brownie is inspired by the seasons, the countryside and their favourite flavours. Customers can relax, eat and drink in the stylish interiors, or grab a sandwich made with artisan bread.

Brew York

Unit 6, Enterprise Complex, YO1 9TT

With an easily accessible tap room, allowing customers the freshest brew, Brew York is located within the city walls. Along with a wide range of drinks they also offer guided tours through their warehouse.


130-134 Micklegate, YO1 6JX

BrewDog runs on the ethos of making others as passionate about great craft beers as the founders are. 14 brews make up their collection, but one that they state started the revolution was Punk IPA, included in the Advertising screenings for ASFF 2018.

Brigantes Bar & Brasserie

114 Micklegate, YO1 6JX

Specialising in craft ales and comfort food, Brigantes offers a warm welcome to all. There is a superbly kept range of 10 hand-pulled ales, showcasing many Yorkshire breweries. Perfect for a taste of the north.

Burr Coffee

5 Lendal, YO1 8AQ

Burr Coffee – with it’s a hip and eloquently styled coffee shop – has it all. Perfect for a stop-in or a light bite. Cakes and pastries also line the counter for those looking for something sweet to liven up their day.

Cakes d’Licious

61 Clifton, YO30 6BD

Cakes d’Licious is a vintage tearoom and cakery in Clifton. A small family-run business, it provides a true vintage experience with loose teas, barista coffees, hot chocolates and a huge selection of homemade cakes.

Cave du Cochon

19 Walmgate, YO1 9TX

Stocked from completely independent small-scale artisan growers, The Cave du Cochon is a wine bar that values quality over quantity. Guests can enjoy an evening of film discussion over a glass of natural wine.

Chloe’s of York

28 Colliergate, YO1 8BN

Chloe’s of York is a family-run tea room, based in King’s Square in the heart of York. Specialising in teas, coffees, soups and homemade cakes. Great for those wanting a quiet break between screenings. 

Coffee Culture

 41 Goodramgate, YO1 7LS

A quirky little coffee shop nestled away only two minutes away from the Minster, Coffee Culture offers cosy seating as guests experience full English breakfasts or cakes. Perfect for those coming from further afield.

Cosy Time

23 Fossgate, YO1 9TA

The purple walls and Chinese décor in Cosy Time create a memorable atmosphere for those looking for not just their normal English brews. Bubble teas and fine Chinese teas complement barista style coffees.

Cycle Heaven

31 Hospital Fields Rd, YO10 4FS

In a striking Victorian military warehouse, Cycle Haven is a hub of activity, hosting everything from workshops to live theatre. Their café boasts a varied menu with lots of vegan and gluten-free options.

Drift-In York

28-29 Nessgate, YO1 8RZ

Step away from the hustle and bustle of the high street and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of Drift-In York. Serving fresh food, smoothies and an array of cakes, it’s the perfect meeting place for new friends.

Duke of York

Kings Square, YO1 8BH

Located within the idyllic and infamous Shambles, The Duke of York is part of the Leeds Brewery Family who focus on the quality and selection of beer on offer. Packed with history and reflecting the charm of the city.

Fiesta Latina

14 Clifford St, YO1 9RD

Fiesta Latina offers a wide selection of Mexican and Tex-Mex food amongst vibrant décor and a buzzing atmosphere. Pair your food with a range of wines, tequilas and cocktails.

FortyFive Vinyl Cafe

29 Micklegate, YO1 6JH

Filled to the brim with records, old and new, FortyFive is York’s first vinyl café that takes attendees on a journey across the ages of music. Listen to iconic songs with locally roasted coffee in a friendly atmosphere.

Gulp and Graze

110 Micklegate, YO1 6JX

With plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, Gulp and Graze has an eclectic menu packed with flavour. Their minimalist décor gives them a bright and modern feel, with a relaxed atmosphere.

Henshelwoods Delicatessen

10 Newgate, YO1 7LA

From Henshelwoods’ vantage point overlooking the daily market, they source the finest and freshest local and seasonal produce to go into their daily specialities. 50 sandwich fillings and salads available.

Il Paradiso Del Cibo

40 Walmgate, YO1 9TJ

Il Paradiso Del Cibo offers a range of classic Italian dishes, using seasonal ingredients in a relaxed ambience with brightly coloured décor and ceramics on the walls.

Kennedy’s Bar and Restaurant

1 Little Stonegate, YO1 8AX

Kennedy’s Bar offers two floors of stylish and modern seating with a beautiful roof top terrace overlooking the city. A traditional bar with a contemporary feel, it has a wide selection of cocktails.


41 Fossgate, YO1 9TF

Wonderfully eclectic, Kiosk is a welcoming café gallery space, with walls that are covered in fine and contemporary art for sale. Enjoy coffee and brunch options while taking in the decoration.


2 Patrick Pool,  YO1 8BB

Located in the centre of York, Krusties is perfect for a quick snack on the go. Offering hearty home cooked foods at an affordable price, it’s the ideal place to stop into between screenings and grab a bite to eat.

Little Shambles Tearooms

1 Little Shambles, YO1 7LY

Located on the beautiful cobblestoned streets of its namesake, Little Shambles Tearooms is a cosy hideaway in the heart of the city, with a traditional menu and homey atmosphere.

Love Cheese

16 Gillygate, YO31 7EQ

Love Cheese is a specialist shop offering the finest range of over 100 Yorkshire, British and world cheeses, as well as local breads, chutneys, wines and crackers. The café is open on Fridays and Saturdays.

Micklegate Social

148 Micklegate, YO1 6JX

Trendy and modern, with a luxurious feel, the Micklegate Social has an impressive array of craft beers and ales, as well as a menu stocked with fresh food, with vegan and gluten free options available.

Mommy Thai York

3 King St, YO1 9SP

For an authentic Asian street food experience, visit Mommy Thai York, where their original menu offers a fresh take on traditional Thai recipes. Located near to Clifford’s Tower, on the south side of the River Foss.


21-23 Walmgate, YO1 9TX

Passionate about brewing with heart, Moo Boo serves bubble tea, smoothies and fresh teas and offers a unique place to enjoy a drink with friends.


Osborne’s @68

68 Gillygate, YO31 7EQ

Just a five-minute walk from the Minster, Osborne’s @68 offers a hearty menu of wholesome foods with both vegan and gluten free options available. All dogs and their humans are welcome!

Pairings Wine Bar

28 Castlegate, YO1 9RP

An independent family run bar with a luxurious feel, Pairings Wine Bar has a wide variety of fine wines, whiskeys and local craft beers accompanied by a rich menu of quality dishes. Perfect for post-screening meals.


112 Micklegate, YO1 6JX

Furnished with beautiful rustic pieces from The French House, Partisan has a uniquely artisan décor. This vibrant restaurant has an eclectic menu that offers a range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.

Penny’s Bespoke Foodhouse

72 Walmgate, YO1 9TL

Serving delicious breakfasts and locally sourced food, Penny’s Bespoke Foodhouse is the perfect location for brunch with new friends. Feel at home amongst their vibrant décor and friendly staff.

Plonkers Wine and Beer

5 Cumberland St, YO1 9SW

Just a short walk from the Minster, Plonkers Wine Bar and Bistro is a family run independent business with a friendly atmosphere. Perfect for an evening meal, the hearty menu is packed with British favourites.

Rae & Webb

74 Gillygate, YO31 7EQ

A family of Scottish bakers, Rae and Webb have a selection of baked goods and coffee. They offer gluten-free and vegan options amongst their breakfast and brunch menu. Ideal for if you are in need of a bite to eat before a screening.

Random Encounter

9 Gillygate, YO31 7EA

A quirky café with a difference, Random Encounter is a pop-culture haven filled with board games, comics and more. Close to York St John, this family friendly venue is an ideal spot to discover a new passion.


98 Micklegate, YO1 6JX

A contemporary dining experience, Skosh’s open plan kitchen/dining room gives the restaurant a unique aesthetic. Close to Everyman cinema, they have a menu of simple refined dishes that changes weekly.


1 Castlegate, YO1 9RN

Source is an innovative fresh food restaurant, located on Castlegate. Specialising in slow cooked meats, super foods and vegetarian cuisine, they have something for everyone.

Spring Espresso

45 Fossgate, YO1 9TF

21 Lendal, YO1 8AQ

With locations in both Lendal and Fossgate, Spring Espresso offers coffee, sandwiches and cakes. The ideal space to chill out between screenings.

Stanley & Ramona

30A Bishopthorpe Rd, YO23 1JJ

A mother and daughter coffee and cake-making duo, Stanley and Ramona offers fresh baked foods. Great for taking a break between screenings, located on Bishopthorpe Road.


54-56 Fossgate, YO1 9TF

Sutlers Bar is an independent licenced restaurant with a traditional British feel and aesthetic. Just a short walk from National Centre for Early Music, their bespoke menu is prepared using locally sourced ingredients.

The Black Swan

23 Peasholme Green, YO1 7PR

The Black Swan is a half-timbered pub dating back to the 16th century, located just a block away from the charming River Foss. Serving a range of ales and classic hot food, it promises to cater to everyone.

The Bluebell

53 Fossgate, YO1 9TF

One of York’s grade ll listed Public Houses, The Bluebell first opened in 1798. Beautifully wood-panelled with original Edwardian décor, this tiny pub has a remarkably traditional feel, serving cask ales and meat pies.

The Cosy Club

19-22 Fossgate, YO1 9TA

With its lavish design and grand architecture, The Cosy Club has a rich and classy aesthetic. With a great central location on the Fossgate, The Cosy Club is the ideal environment to relax in after a long day of screenings.

The Donut Kitchen

13 St Sampsons Square, YO1 8RR

The perfect place for a quick treat, the Donut Kitchen makes fresh traditional style donuts from their delightful street van. Their central location makes means they’re a must stop for travelling between venues.

The Eagle and Child

9 High Petergate, YO1 7EN

Built in 1640, the historic Eagle and Child has hosted many notable bands, including The Rolling Stones. With a menu of seasonal foods, this grade ll listed building has the perfect atmosphere for drinking and dining.

The Earl Grey Tearooms

13-14 Shambles, YO1 7LZ

Nestled within the historic Shambles, The Earl Grey Tearooms is a quaint little café with a delightful giftshop. Just a short walk from The Minster, it’s a great spot for a light bite and some afternoon tea.

The Fossgate Social 

25 Fossgate, YO1 9TA

The Fossgate Social is a fully-licensed café located close to the riverside. By day it’s a comfy place to rejuvenate, boasting a range of coffees, teas and an expanding food menu. Cocktails are available on evenings.

The House of Trembling Madness

14 Lendal, YO1 8AA

Located in the old saddlery and harness maker building, The House of Trembling Madness offers 22 kegs and 3 casks of craft beers alongside a variety of snacks and larger dishes.

The Last Drop Inn

27 Colliergate, YO1 8BN

Specialising in beers from @YorkBrewery, The Last Drop Inn offers a selection of real ale alongside a traditional pub menu. Also hosting live music every weekend, it’s the perfect stop for a lively evening during the festival.

The Lunchbox @ Number 37

37 Shambles, YO1 7LX

Grab refreshment on the move from this café in the city’s historic heart or linger a little longer in their seating area to catch your breath between screenings. This venue is an ideal spot for festival-goers to refuel.

The Micklegate at 127

127 Micklegate, YO1 6LB

A member of the Amber Tavern’s family, The Micklegate at 127 is a vibrant and lively venue that regularly holds live music and sporting events. Just a short walk from the Everyman Cinema. Stop in for a drink.

The Nag’s Head

56 Heworth Rd, YO31 0AD

Situated away from the hustle and bustle of the busy city centre, The Nag’s Head is a quaint, but spacious B&B and Public House. It’s convenient location, just a 5 minute walk to The Everyman Cinema.

The Nook

3A Castlegate, YO1 9RN

The Nook is a relaxed hideaway perfect for settling in to a freshly roasted cup of coffee or a sample of the homemade menu. By night they are a quirky cocktail bar playing host to a lively open mic night every Friday.

The Priory

103 Micklegate, YO1 6LB

With an ever-changing selection of cask ales using some of Yorkshire’s finest local micro-breweries, The Priory is a local pub serving handmade pies amongst a friendly atmosphere.

The Shambles Kitchen

28 Shambles, YO1 7LX

The Shambles Kitchen is a fast food snack bar with a difference. Its owners believe in using only raw ingredients from farmers and preparing fresh food, holding a philosophy of helping young people to eat healthily.

Three Legged Mare

15 High Petergate, YO1 7EN

Trendy and vibrant, The Three Legged Mare is an Ale pub that manages to stay fresh and retain its traditional ambiance. Their regular live music events make for the perfect place to spend a night of celebration.


27 Bishopthorpe Rd, YO23 1NA

A family-run café bar selling homemade, traditional Sicilian food and drink, Trinacia is perfect for a leisurely lunch or a delicious bowl of gelato in a relaxing environment.

Tullivers Herbs and Wholefoods

1-2 Colliergate, YO1 8BP

Independently owned since 1983, Tullivers is in the heart of Historical York. Supporting 40 other local businesses and going off a green model, they stock herbs and whole foods perfect for healthy snacks.

Victor J’s Art Bar

1A Finkle St, YO1 8RW

An independent, cosmopolitan café-bar in the heart of York, Victor J’s offers a friendly ambience with good food, fine wines and cocktails. This is the perfect place to wind down after a day of screenings.

Walmgate Ale House

25 Walmgate, YO1 9TX

Located in a 17th century building, Walmgate Ale House serves homemade dishes alongside a range of Yorkshire ales and an extensive wine list.

York Chocolate Story

3-4 Kings Square, York YO1 7LD

Explore the history of chocolate at The York Chocolate Story in their great central location on King’s Square. Their guided tours provide an ideal activity for the whole family for an afternoon in York.

York Cocoa House

3 Blake Street, YO1 8QJ

Established in 2011, York Cocoa House is a destination for any true chocolate enthusiast – its goal being to convert everyone into a chocolate lover. Located just across the road from the ASFF Festival Hub.

Shops and Boutiques

Angela Bare

6 Clifford St, YO1 9RD

Angela Bare is an eclectic fashion shop with products that look like they’ve popped out of Wonderland. This small shop is perfect for those interested in vintage fashion, stop in and soak up York’s hive of culture.

Bang Hair Salon

5 Bishopthorpe Rd, YO23 1NA

Established in 2007 and located on Bishy road, Bang Hair Salon is a premium hairdressing destination with an internationally recognised brand. This is the place to go for a creative cut, colour or deep conditioning.

Blossom Street Gallery

2 Blossom Street, YO24 1AE

An approachable, affordable art gallery on Blossom Street, promoting the work of local and regional artists and makers. They showcase a wide range of locally created ceramics, prints and a bespoke framing service.

Blue Tree Gallery

23 Bootham, YO30 7BW

The gallery’s artist-in-residence is Tuscany-born Giuliana Lazzerini, who moved to Yorkshire in 1987. It offers a selection of contemporary fine Art, including paintings, prints, ceramics, jewellery and sculpture.

Chris Ceaser Photography

89 Micklegate, YO1 6LE

Inspired by the region’s landscapes – from the Dales to the Yorkshire coast – photographer Chris Ceaser strives to capture the true essence of each location. Visit and take a piece of York back with you.


6 Goodramgate, YO1 7LQ

Cleggs is committed to supplying high quality furnishings and homeware that is both beautiful and functional. Alongside crafting and upcycling their own products, they stock a range of carefully selected goods.


11 Museum St, YO1 7DT

European-style liquid deli Demijohn has tickled tastebuds all over the world with its stunning array of unusual spirits, liqueurs, whiskies, oils and vinegars. Each is sourced from artisan producers and customers.

Dog & Bone Vintage

28 Castlegate, YO1 9RP

Dog & Bone is the shop for all things retro. With an eye for design-led products from mid-century-inspired gifts to classic prints, they offer an eclectic collection of classic and on-trend vintage clothing.

Duttons for Buttons

32 Coppergate, YO1 9NR

With a stock of over 12,000 button designs, Duttons for Buttons has the largest selection in the UK and an international reputation held in great affection by button enthusiasts, stitchers and needle-crafters.


12 Walmgate, YO1 9TJ

Family-run vintage and retro clothing store, Expressions has an impressive range of styles and sizes in stock. Pop in for a unique shopping experience.

Frankie & Johnny’s Cookshop

Bishopthorpe Rd, YO23 1NA

An emporium of kitchen delights, Frankie and Johnny’s Cookshop, located on Bishopthorpe Road, hosts a wide selection of cookware, tableware, bakeware as well as gifts and greetings cards. The three rooms are stacked from floor to ceiling and the owners offer a friendly welcome and helpful advice.

Give The Dog A Bone

17 Fossgate, YO1 9TA

Not your usual gift shop, Give the Dog a Bone is a treasure trove of unique items and special interest products. You’ll find something for everyone amongst their expansive selection of memorabilia.


34 Gillygate, YO31 7EQ

A modern take on the traditional homeware store, Heima has a design-led and eco-friendly ethos. From kitchenware to outdoor items, transform your home with a selection of artisan items from Yorkshire.

Janette Ray

8 Bootham, YO30 7BL

Located just five minutes from the iconic Minster, Janette Ray’s Bookshop specialises in the sale and purchase of rare and out of print books. With a stock that includes original drawings and photographs, texts vary in a range of topics such as architecture, landscape and design.

Ken Spelman Rare Books

70 Micklegate, YO1 6LF

York’s renowned treasure trove of literature and one of the UK’s best rare bookshops, the shelves of this proudly independent retailer are home to 40,000 books, manuscripts and documents. Perfect for book-lovers.

Little Apple Bookshop

13 High Petergate, YO1 7EN

A short walk from the York Minster, The Little Apple Bookshop is a warm and welcoming independent book seller with an impressive selection of signed collectibles and new releases. The perfect indie bookshop.

Maude and Tommy

Grape Lane, YO1 7HU

Bringing together fair trade and organic clothing with accessories and jewellery, Maude and Tommy offers a unique collection. This is the perfect location to find sustainable gifts for new friends.

MOR Music

8 Franklins Yard, Fossgate. YO1 9TN

Whether an aspiring or professional musician, the experts at MOR Music have everything needed for your next performance. Guitars, basses, amps, drums and effects from wide-ranging brands available.

Olive’s Nest

4 Scarcroft Rd, YO23 1NB

Olive’s Nest offers a wide range of original and exclusive gifts and cards, from both local and national artists. With a selection of both vintage and contemporary designs, there is something for everyone.

Oxfam Books

69 Low Petergate, YO1 7HY and 46 Micklegate, YO1 6LF

Oxfam is a global movement of people who share the belief that poverty isn’t inevitable. Oxfam Books offers a large selection of books, music and gift; help the fight against poverty.

Oxfam Books Micklegate

46 Micklegate, YO1 6LF

Specialising in antiquarian and collectible books of all descriptions, visit Oxfam Books Micklegate after screenings at Everyman. It’s a treasure trove of literature, from classics to first editions.


60 Low Petergate, YO1 7HZ

Visit this vibrant jewellery shop located in the centre. Selling a mixture of unique and contemporary sterling silver pieces. Their collections include Flinder Opal Jewellery and Copper & Tumbaga.


46 Shambles, YO1 7LX

A specialist paper and craft shop located in the historic Shambles, Paperesque stocks a rich variety of unique, handmade gifts, journals and stationery. With a love and admiration for the craftsmanship involved in producing handmade papers, the team help you find bespoke products, perfect for Christmas presents.

Pexton’s Hardware

11-13 Bishopthorpe Rd, YO23 1NA

Open since 1933, Pextons Hardware has everything from paint and housewares to a key-cutting service. In the Bishopthorpe Road area, its wide range of products are perfect for tradesmen, families and DIY enthusiasts.

Priestley’s Vintage Clothing

11 Grape Lane, YO1 7HU

This high-end vintage boutique offers a curated but eclectic range of clothing and accessories dating from the 1920s onwards. The rails are filled with everything from cocktail dresses to costume jewellery.

Rebound Records

5 Gillygate, YO31 7EA

One of the few remaining independent record shops in York, Rebound Records offers visitors the chance to browse some of the latest releases, as well as sifting for musical gems, like before the digital age.

Setting the Scene with Flowers

1A Vine St, YO23 1BB

Located on Bishopthorpe road, Setting the Scene with Flowers offers over 20 years of floral expertise. Find bespoke, distinctive flowers and plants, great for gifts or taking home.


42 Gillygate, York YO31 7EQ

Sourcing much of their unique products with smaller manufacturers and emerging designers, Snowhome provides products with character and unique designs. You can be sure to find the most unique items.

Sore Thumb Retro Games

7 Gillygate, York YO31 7EA

Overflowing with nostalgia, Sore Thumb Retro Games is a short walk from York St John and is a haven for any gamers. Lined from wall to wall with specialised classic titles, it’s a must stop shop for vintage.

The Art of Protest

16 Little Stonegate, YO1 8AX

Art of Protest Gallery facilitates urban contemporary dialogues on environment, consumption, identity and the global audience. The space showcases street art, graphic design and work inspired by tattoo culture.

The Flax & Twine

20 Shambles, YO1 7LZ

The Flax & Twine is one of York’s most imaginative boutiques, located down the historic shambles. This is the perfect location to find a souvenir for home, or the perfect and imaginative gift for new friends.

The Grimoire Bookshop

7 High Petergate, YO1 7EN

Every bit as atmospheric, quaint and enchanting as you’d expect an Aladdin’s cave of antiquarian and second-hand books within sight of York Minster to be. The Grimoire also hosts literary events.

The Pyramid Gallery

43 Stonegate, YO1 8AW

A shop and gallery over two floors of a 15th century building owned by the National Trust in York’s medieval centre, Pyramid Gallery offers one of the country’s finest selections of 150 British designers.

The York Makery

36 Gillygate, YO31 7EL

The York Makery is a haberdashery shop on Gillygate. Boasting a huge range of supplies for contemporary craftsmanship and dressmaking, the shop’s ethos is to help others who share their passion for creating.

Travelling Man

74 Goodramgate, YO1 7LF

Travelling Man is passionate about comic books, boardgames and RPGs. Their goal is to bring contemporary comics from subcultures to the mainstream, and let people know that comics aren’t just for kids.

Village Gallery

14 Colliergate, YO1 8BP

Showcasing work of both traditional and contemporary artists, Village Gallery hosts art exhibitions – both 2D and 3D – by local creatives. Pop in for a browse between screenings.

Walter and May

9 Scarcroft Rd, YO23 1ND

From homewares to jewellery, Walter and May has a gift for every occasion within a collection of UK independent brands and designers.

York Glass

34 Shambles, YO1 7LX

Specialising in ornamental glass products, jewellery and their famous York Lucky Cats, York Glass charms visitors and has a wide selection of gifts for Christmas and birthdays. Find them in the iconic Shambles.