Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Rich on 20 Sep 2014
A chain pub on the Headrow with pretty much nothing remarkable to say about it.
Reviewed by Rich on 14 Sep 2014
A smelly, sticky dark indie music hall. Perfect.
Reviewed by Emily on 14 Sep 2014
The dining and drinking experience atop Harvey Nichols offers two or three good beer choices along with top-notch service.
Reviewed by Rich on 7 Sep 2014
London’s hipster burgeria gets in on the Leeds action.
Reviewed by Emily on 7 Sep 2014
A wine bar in the Italian enoteca style, this place is definitely all about the wine.
Reviewed by Rich on 29 Aug 2014
Here’s something new to Leeds: an ultra-cool burger bar.
Reviewed by Emily on 25 Aug 2014
A traditional Yorkshire pub that, to our delight, is part of the Sam Smith’s family.
Reviewed by Rich on 22 Aug 2014
Call Lane’s latest addition actually has a decent beer selection!
Reviewed by Emily on 20 Aug 2014
A cool café-cum-nightclub with a small but good beer selection.
Reviewed by Rich on 19 Aug 2014
A new bar on Brewery Place, but so nicheless I can’t even think of a good summary for this box.
Reviewed by Emily on 23 Jul 2014
A tapas bar that actually feels like a BAR and not a restaurant.
Reviewed by Rich on 19 Jul 2014
The latest addition to the Leeds craft beer scene does not disappoint. In fact, we’ve made it our home already.
Reviewed by Emily on 13 Jul 2014
Lots of local bottles, a charming atmosphere and live music. The only thing maybe not to like too much are the prices.
Reviewed by Rich on 9 Jul 2014
An old-school Leeds pub. We are not old-school Leeds people.
Reviewed by Rich on 29 Jun 2014
The Grand Arcade’s famous rock bar does what it does best. Rock. \m/
Reviewed by Emily on 29 Jun 2014
Free pizza with every drink? Why not!
Reviewed by Rich on 15 Jun 2014
Leeds’s first bowling bar is definitely a niche but isn’t quite as spectacular as its ping-pong neighbour.
Reviewed by Emily on 8 Jun 2014
Claiming to be Leeds’s oldest pub, Whitelock’s can boast the historic honour of being our 150th review.
Reviewed by Rich on 28 May 2014
Another LGBT bar with no decent beers. Such a shame.
Reviewed by Emily on 14 May 2014
A charming little pub in the casino-filled no-man’s land between Burley and Kirkstall Roads.
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