Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Quinn on 31 Dec 2012
In an alley off Briggate, The Pack Horse surprised us with its pleasant atmosphere and excellent beer selection.
Reviewed by Quinn on 23 Dec 2012
A list of amenities as long as my arm, but are all the hats and the beards too offputting?
Reviewed by Emily on 23 Dec 2012
One of many bars along this stretch, this American-inspired nightspot definitely has its music mojo working.
Reviewed by Quinn on 9 Dec 2012
There’s more to The Victoria Hotel than 150-year-old décor (although that’s lovely too).
Reviewed by Quinn on 30 Nov 2012
…It’s really dark in here!
Reviewed by Emily on 30 Nov 2012
Trying to be the Hottest Spot North of Havana, this new nightclub falls a bit short on our criteria.
Reviewed by Quinn on 19 Nov 2012
Granary Wharf’s champagne bar certainly looks and feels the part. And we aren’t the part.
Reviewed by Emily on 19 Nov 2012
A brand new spot on Granary Wharf, with great food, beautiful views, and an OK-ish beer selection.
Reviewed by Emily on 14 Nov 2012
A completely refurbished gastropub offering traditional Yorkshire food and Timothy Taylor ales.
Reviewed by Quinn on 14 Nov 2012
Leeds’s earliest Wetherspoon’s pub is hiding in a forgotten part of town, but they haven’t forgotten about great service and beer.
Reviewed by Quinn on 10 Nov 2012
Ever wanted to go to a hotel bar that wasn’t in a hotel? Henry’s is for you!
Reviewed by Emily on 8 Nov 2012
A charming pub with a local feel and plenty of cask ales.
Reviewed by Emily on 3 Nov 2012
Chaophraya’s new upscale lounge bar with a mediocre beer selection and an inexplicably strong lemon smell.
Reviewed by Quinn on 3 Nov 2012
Leeds’s newest social club is in a hair salon, but as well as cut & blow dry there’s a nice beer menu and atmosphere to be found inside.
Reviewed by Emily on 1 Nov 2012
All the trappings of a Wetherspoon’s, plus a great setting and a bit of a local feel.
Reviewed by Quinn on 31 Oct 2012
A brand new bar in the middle of the Financial Quarter. Trying to appeal to people who aren’t us, but has a surprising character of its own.
Reviewed by Quinn on 30 Oct 2012
One of our favourite places in Leeds. Unpretentious pub in a great location with an amazing beer selection.
Reviewed by Emily on 30 Oct 2012
A lively cantina bar with excellent tapas and a not-too-bad beer selection.
Reviewed by Emily on 21 Oct 2012
Another Leeds United pub along Mill Hill with a few decent beers. Not much more to say.
Reviewed by Quinn on 21 Oct 2012
Unremarkable but pleasant enough United supporters’ pub. Stay away from the toilets!
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