Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Emily on 23 Jun 2013
A June 2013 addition to the Leeds Brewery family, this charming spot has some great beer and a true crowd of amenities.
Reviewed by Quinn on 21 Jun 2013
It’s a Wetherspoon’s. See all our other reviews of Wetherspoon’s.
Reviewed by Quinn on 5 Jun 2013
Looks like a gym on the outside, but exercise kit is about the only thing you won’t find in here!
Reviewed by Emily on 16 May 2013
A chain bar with a surprisingly appealing selection of beer.
Reviewed by Quinn on 9 May 2013
This gay-friendly café-bar crossover has a lot going for it, but sadly not its beer selection.
Reviewed by Quinn on 23 Apr 2013
Wine bar, deli and restaurant all merged into one. Limited selection of beers, but they’re so good!
Reviewed by Quinn on 16 Mar 2013
Just another Wetherspoon’s. Not bad, but there are others available.
Reviewed by Quinn on 23 Feb 2013
Would we go for a night out in a shop? With a beer selection like this, it would be hard to keep us away!
Reviewed by Emily on 14 Feb 2013
A lovely Nicholson’s pub worthy of its name.
Reviewed by Emily on 30 Jan 2013
A chavvy chain pub along chavvy Park Row, but not the worst chavvy chain pub in the world.
Reviewed by Quinn 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 Quinn on 23 Dec 2012
A list of amenities as long as my arm, but are all the hats and the beards too offputting?
Reviewed by Quinn 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 9 Oct 2012
A grotty chain pub, fitting in perfectly along grotty Boar Lane.
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 26 Sep 2012
Looks like it’s for the staff of the office block above, but is actually a very pleasant spot to relax by the river.
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
Standard mainline station pub. Nothing to love; nothing to hate.
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