Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Quinn on 21 Sep 2015
Ossett complete their dominance of Granary Wharf with this disco kitchen.
Reviewed by Quinn on 20 Sep 2014
A chain pub on the Headrow with pretty much nothing remarkable to say about it.
Reviewed by Quinn on 9 Jul 2014
An old-school Leeds pub. We are not old-school Leeds people.
Reviewed by Quinn on 13 May 2014
It’s a boat.
Reviewed by Emily on 20 Oct 2013
A nicely renovated pub right near the station, with a rather lacklustre selection of beer.
Reviewed by Emily on 29 Aug 2013
Reviewed by Quinn on 9 Aug 2013
Very dark rock bar where you can get 15% off for being a wanker.
Reviewed by Quinn on 30 Jul 2013
A friendly, unpretentious Northern stereotype, with amazing burgers. Shame about the terrible beer selection!
Reviewed by Quinn on 15 Jul 2013
They’ve captured the retro atmosphere of the 80s very well. Shame beer wasn’t very good in the 80s.
Reviewed by Quinn 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 23 Dec 2012
One of many bars along this stretch, this American-inspired nightspot definitely has its music mojo working.
Reviewed by Quinn on 31 Oct 2012
A brand new bar in the middle of the Financial Quarter. Trying to appeal to people who aren’t us, but has a surprising character of its own.
Reviewed by Quinn on 21 Oct 2012
Unremarkable but pleasant enough United supporters’ pub. Stay away from the toilets!
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