Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Rich on 16 Mar 2013
Just another Wetherspoon’s. Not bad, but there are others available.
Reviewed by Emily on 13 Feb 2013
The only bar in the Gateway complex; so sad for the Gateway complex.
Reviewed by Rich on 12 Feb 2013
A sports pub where we felt quite uncomfortable and out of place. Definitely not for us.
Reviewed by Rich on 29 Jan 2013
Definitely a chain pub but somewhat nicer than most of its kind. Ridiculously cheap food too!
Reviewed by Emily on 16 Jan 2013
A Crown Carvery pub; the carvery is definitely what The Picture House has going for it.
Reviewed by Rich 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 Rich 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 Rich 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 21 Oct 2012
Another Leeds United pub along Mill Hill with a few decent beers. Not much more to say.
Reviewed by Rich on 21 Oct 2012
Unremarkable but pleasant enough United supporters’ pub. Stay away from the toilets!
Reviewed by Rich on 20 Oct 2012
The Scabby Taps is famous and rightly busy, but still has charm and good beer.
Reviewed by Emily on 9 Oct 2012
A grotty chain pub, fitting in perfectly along grotty Boar Lane.
Reviewed by Rich on 7 Oct 2012
The most central bar in Leeds has a surprisingly secret feel and great amenities.
Reviewed by Rich on 21 Sep 2012
Cult TV theme bar with dance floor. Cheap-ish drinks, but none of them very nice. Go for the arcade games!
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