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The Bishop Langley by the Viaduct sets itself apart from other pubs in Durham in a number of ways. To start with, there is its famous roof beer garden, a 1500-foot terrace with spectacular views from Framwellgate Bridge over the river towards Durham Cathedral. It’s unbeatable for summer, it’s well heated and covered in winter, so any time is a good time for the rooftop. Other ways The Bishop Langley distinguishes itself are behind the scenes, though, namely being an (increasingly rare) independently run traditional British pub, so their incredible rotating selection of fine ales and other drinks is not hamstrung by supplier demands as with chain pubs. The Bishop Langley offer perfect accompaniment to a drink with their superb food, which fits somewhere between wholesome pub meals and contemporary innovation, using locally sourced quality ingredients for inspiration. The best way to start is with the Whistle Wetters, a selection of tasty nibbles matched to your tipple.