Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Emily on 5 Mar 2017
Leeds’s second of this franchise–a large and charming wine bar with a small number of Italian crafts on offer.
Reviewed by Emily on 10 Jan 2017
A well-done Stonegate pub with lots to offer, including a list of beers that’s good enough.
Reviewed by Quinn on 8 Jan 2017
Greek Street cocktail bar whose dedication to theme gives them a little edge.
Reviewed by Quinn on 8 Dec 2016
This big chain is getting in on the craft beer world. And it’s getting it right.
Reviewed by Quinn on 28 Aug 2016
What do Motown and pizza have in common? Probably not much apart from this bar.
Reviewed by Quinn on 14 May 2016
Another Arc Inspirations bar. We’re not going to shout about it, but it’s a welcome addition to City Square.
Reviewed by Emily on 6 Mar 2016
A mellow cocktail bar with a handful of beers you don’t see everywhere.
Reviewed by Emily on 23 Feb 2016
A refurbed pub that in trying to appeal to everyone, failed to appeal to us.
Reviewed by Quinn on 22 Feb 2016
Leeds’s oldest pub has had a serious makeover.
Reviewed by Emily on 2 Nov 2015
A crafty cousin of Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen, complete with a full restaurant and two roof terraces.
Reviewed by Quinn on 3 Oct 2015
Buca di Pizza’s dedicated bar space is a chilled out basement escape.
Reviewed by Quinn on 21 Sep 2015
Ossett complete their dominance of Granary Wharf with this disco kitchen.
Reviewed by Emily on 11 Aug 2015
A snazzy pool hall with a beer selection that will run the table.
Reviewed by Quinn on 1 Aug 2015
This beautifully renovated building is a great addition to Leeds Brewery’s empire.
Reviewed by Emily on 19 Jul 2015
A pop-up rum bar from the Hedonist Project. No beer worth mentioning, but lots of other good qualities!
Reviewed by Emily on 3 May 2015
An Ossett Brewery bar, appealing to craft beer and wine lovers alike.
Reviewed by Quinn on 13 Apr 2015
This glass house serves Asian street food and a few decent beers too.
Reviewed by Emily on 28 Feb 2015
A bar and cafe catering to local workers; great food and a couple of crafts got our attention!
Reviewed by Quinn on 29 Jan 2015
A marked improvement on its sibling. Still a chain pub.
Reviewed by Quinn on 10 Jan 2015
Merrion Street’s live music and comedy venue is little more than that.
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