Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Rich on 9 Dec 2012
There’s more to The Victoria Hotel than 150-year-old décor (although that’s lovely too).
Reviewed by Emily on 14 Nov 2012
A completely refurbished gastropub offering traditional Yorkshire food and Timothy Taylor ales.
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 Emily on 1 Nov 2012
All the trappings of a Wetherspoon’s, plus a great setting and a bit of a local feel.
Reviewed by Emily on 20 Oct 2012
In our eyes, the fantastic location and gorgeous building are the only things this suit-magnet has going for it.
Reviewed by Rich on 18 Oct 2012
The most beautiful bar we’ve seen yet, with a beautiful beer selection to match. A couple of niggles prevent it from ranking at the very top.
Reviewed by Emily on 13 Oct 2012
A gastropub with a great beer selection, traditional inn feel, and an important place in Industrial Revolution history.
Reviewed by Rich on 13 Oct 2012
Leeds Brewery’s flagship pub is always really busy, but if you can get to the bar there’s a good selection of beer and decent food on offer.
Reviewed by Rich on 11 Oct 2012
Great selection of beer and good pub food, but go for the great atmosphere.
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 2 Oct 2012
Nice-enough gastropub with a good selection of ales.
Reviewed by Emily on 2 Oct 2012
An upmarket football bar focusing on cocktails — nothing special to bring us rushing back.
Reviewed by Emily on 23 Sep 2012
The city centre’s only traditional Irish pub, this chain offers a good selection of Irish grub but a rather plain selection of beer to go along with it.
Reviewed by Emily on 16 Sep 2012
A great selection of cask ales, if you can make it through the sea of sports fans and hen nights to get to the bar.
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