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Victorian pub with a marble door jamb hosting regular live music evenings and serving pies and peas.
Mahogany bar serving beer brewed near and far with a world cuisine restaurant and cafe.
Craft Asylum is a city centre concept which will showcase modern hop-forward beers from Salt and leading guest breweries, over 50 artisan gins and premium coffee.
36-38 Commercial Street
With its rooftop bar and outdoor terrace, visitors will also have a front-row seat to watch the chefs in action, from counter seating in front of a semi-open kitchen.
10-12 E Parade
Good food, good beer, good times from our friends to yours. We’re your local social in the heart of Leeds and we’re here to have you fed and watered from morning to night, every damn day of the week.
Huge windows, fairy lights and a roof terrace lend a stylish feel to a simple international menu.
Narrow pub serving food in a boat on land, with a polished, dark wood bar and stripped wood floor.
Varied venue with a beer hall, restaurant and roof terrace hosting regular arts and music events.
2 Otley Road
Showing all the sports on BT and Sky, iconic beer garden with big screen, great selection of food and drink offers with a versatile function room.
For every HD screen there is a candle lit table; with wooden floors, soft leather and a wide range of homemade food and beverages - Toast feels like home.
2 St Michael's Road
Big on sport with 4K screens. Dog friendly, bingo, quiz, beer pong, poker, dj's and karaoke every week. Pool tables, dart boards, real ale and craft beer.
1 Church Row
A renovated 19th century building houses this pub with a locally-sourced menu and range of ales.
1-1A Cross Belgrave Street
Music, art, film, food and good vibes spread across three floors, including Leeds' most spectacular roof terrace.
32 The Calls
Brick walled warehouse basement with south facing waterside terrace, casual lounge and dining area.
2 The Old Post Office
A stylish and genuine bar serving beautiful food and drink all day long. Open from 10am for breakfast, main menu served from midday.
Originally the home of a Leeds timber merchant this large building is now a classical British pub.
3 City Square
Enter the dining room past a notable wine fridge for European food in the old Post Office building.
36 The Calls
Waterfront bar with exposed brickwork, a balcony and a beer garden plus a menu of oysters and stews.
39 Call Lane
Roland's is here on the best street for bars in Leeds serving Real Ales, Craft Beers, Fine Wines & Quality Spirits, oh and quality soft drinks!
Water Lane Boathouse is the brainchild of the people who brought you Belgrave Music Hall and Headrow House.
A bustling bar on Merrion Street boasting 18 lines of beer, 4 full-size pool tables and and impressive rooftop terrace.
Brasserie dining and cocktails in a stylish, modern, sixth-floor restaurant with a terrace.
26-27 Cookridge Street
Food, art, beer and live music in the heart of Leeds. With an eclectic interior and a right fancy outside area, A Nation of Shopkeepers has been the go-to hub for the past 8 years, featuring the tastiest food, booze, live music and DJ’s.
Floor to ceiling windows offer unrivaled views over the city at this luxurious hotel bar and lounge.
Everyman Cinema offers a varied programme of quality mainstream films, independent cinema, live broadcasts and special events.
Upscale chain brasserie serving a classically French menu devised by celebrity chef Raymond Blanc.
East 59th is a Manhattan-style rooftop bar and grill, with a US-inspired food menu, boasting panoramic views across the city.
101 Water Lane
Local brewery-run gastropub with courtyard serving menu of British classics and own brand cask ales.
3 Sheaf Street
Sheaf St. is a collaboration between Duke Studios and The Grub and Grog shop.A café, a bar, and multifunctional event space.