Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Emily on 24 Feb 2013
True to form, this Leeds Brewery bar offers an amazing beer selection and a nice atmosphere to enjoy them.
Reviewed by Quinn on 24 Feb 2013
Food, drink, dancing and Howard Marks. But what about the beer?
Reviewed by Emily on 23 Feb 2013
If you’re looking for an alternative to Greek Street or Call Lane that’s remarkably like Greek Street or Call Lane, this is the place to go.
Reviewed by Quinn on 23 Feb 2013
Would we go for a night out in a shop? With a beer selection like this, it would be hard to keep us away!
Reviewed by Emily on 21 Feb 2013
The views here certainly can’t be beat, unless they start serving beer on the Observation Wheel.
Reviewed by Emily on 14 Feb 2013
A lovely Nicholson’s pub worthy of its name.
Reviewed by Emily on 13 Feb 2013
The only bar in the Gateway complex; so sad for the Gateway complex.
Reviewed by Quinn on 13 Feb 2013
Quarry Hill’s only bar is very chilled and has great food.
Reviewed by Quinn on 12 Feb 2013
A sports pub where we felt quite uncomfortable and out of place. Definitely not for us.
Reviewed by Quinn on 5 Feb 2013
Call Lane Social has a few good beers in a fancy environment, but it’s too dark and too loud for us!
This Call Lane staple is now a Pizza Kitchen, but it’s still a bit too dull for us to want to come back often.
Reviewed by Emily on 5 Feb 2013
A music (and hot dog) venue on the Call Lane strip. Nice amenities, but just so-so beer.
Though it scores low on beer, this unique bar and distillery has loads going for it.
Reviewed by Quinn on 3 Feb 2013
Members-only bar and event space. A welcoming place for all kinds of people to get a decent beer and chill out.
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