Blue Bicycle Review
One of York's best restaurants is in a building that once served as a brothel, a past reflected in its murals featuring undraped women. Downstairs are four intimate walled booths, and at street level is a lively room lighted with candles. The menu changes with the seasons and concentrates on local seafood. Typical dishes include pan-seared scallops, seared sea bass with truffled potatoes, or grilled local beef sirloin with pink peppercorn mash. The wine list is impressive, and the service couldn't be friendlier. The restaurant has six self-contained apartments—called the Blue Rooms—in a courtyard to the rear.