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The Cod sits so famously close to Staithes’ renowned harbour that it’s been washed away three times in rough seas. Old black-and-white photographs in the bar are testament to those gigantic swells,
but strengthened sea walls mean the pub is unlikely to be swept away again – so it’s safe to sit outside and take your ease with a view of the fishing cobles and seagulls bobbing around the
waterfront. For all its adventures, the Cod remains the focal point of this characterful old fishing village and its cobbled High Street: the food is defiantly pub grub, the beer is well-kept
Timothy Taylor’s and Black Sheep, there’s a weekly pub quiz for the lifeboat and occasional folksy sing-songs too. And there’s also something new that would have the old Staithes fishermen turning
in their graves: karaoke nights.
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