Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Rich on 29 Aug 2013
This truly amazing building hides a pub with a decent enough beer selection and a great terrace. Shame about the interior design.
Reviewed by Emily on 29 Aug 2013
Reviewed by Rich on 28 Aug 2013
There is nothing exceptional about the Cosmopolitan. An unexceptional beer selection in unexceptional surroundings.
Reviewed by Emily on 22 Aug 2013
As the name suggests, the raison d’être of this spot is bourbon, but there are enough good American crafts to keep us happy.
Reviewed by Rich on 22 Aug 2013
Huge unpretentious bar/club. Look out for Jesus.
Reviewed by Rich on 21 Aug 2013
Our 100th review is somewhere very special indeed. Are you a friend of ham yet?
Reviewed by Emily on 18 Aug 2013
A shitty nightclub with shitty beer.
Reviewed by Rich on 9 Aug 2013
Very dark rock bar where you can get 15% off for being a wanker.
Reviewed by Emily on 31 Jul 2013
Great beer choice and a well-executed 1960s theme make this one of the financial quarter’s best offerings.
Reviewed by Rich on 30 Jul 2013
A friendly, unpretentious Northern stereotype, with amazing burgers. Shame about the terrible beer selection!
Reviewed by Rich on 15 Jul 2013
Part of a southern chain that seems to have left the north behind. Should be posh, but really isn’t.
They’ve captured the retro atmosphere of the 80s very well. Shame beer wasn’t very good in the 80s.
Reviewed by Emily on 15 Jul 2013
Leeds’s best bet if you’re looking for live jazz, and not bad odds if you’re looking for good beer.
Reviewed by Rich on 27 Jun 2013
The famous live music venue also has an amazing beer terrace and a ridiculous number of cask ales.
Reviewed by Emily on 23 Jun 2013
A June 2013 addition to the Leeds Brewery family, this charming spot has some great beer and a true crowd of amenities.
Reviewed by Rich on 21 Jun 2013
It’s a Wetherspoon’s. See all our other reviews of Wetherspoon’s.
Reviewed by Emily on 9 Jun 2013
Not the best beer in Leeds, by any means, but quite possibly the best beer on Call Lane.
Reviewed by Rich on 9 Jun 2013
The only pub in the city centre to brew its own cask ale, and that’s not even the best thing about it.
Reviewed by Emily on 6 Jun 2013
A picturesque spot on The Calls, offering a couple of real ales and absolutely flush with craft bottles.
Reviewed by Rich on 5 Jun 2013
Looks like a gym on the outside, but exercise kit is about the only thing you won’t find in here!
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