Reviewing every last watering hole in Leeds city centre
Reviewed by Quinn on 2 Nov 2015
This oddly named little bar is a new gem on the south bank.
Reviewed by Emily on 11 Aug 2015
A snazzy pool hall with a beer selection that will run the table.
Reviewed by Emily on 25 Nov 2014
Sports sports sports sports sports.
Reviewed by Quinn on 13 May 2014
It’s a boat.
Reviewed by Quinn on 28 Apr 2014
The original rock & indie bar hasn’t lost any of its spirit in hipster times.
Reviewed by Quinn on 21 Mar 2014
This old pool hall has still got it.
Reviewed by Emily on 8 Jan 2014
A huge new venue with ping pong, pool and bowling, along with some great beer choices!
Reviewed by Emily on 9 Dec 2013
This place has an awesomely good array of sports, and an awesomely bad array of beers.
Reviewed by Emily on 29 Aug 2013
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 8 Apr 2013
The last Sam Smith’s pub on our crawl; quite frankly better than we expected.
Reviewed by Emily on 16 Mar 2013
A very pleasant surprise which wrapped up our Brewery Wharf/Dock Street tour.
Reviewed by Emily on 13 Feb 2013
The only bar in the Gateway complex; so sad for the Gateway complex.
Reviewed by Quinn on 12 Feb 2013
A sports pub where we felt quite uncomfortable and out of place. Definitely not for us.
Reviewed by Quinn on 13 Oct 2012
Victorian pub hiding in the most unlikely place. Pleasant enough but very poor beer selection.
Reviewed by Quinn on 7 Oct 2012
The most central bar in Leeds has a surprisingly secret feel and great amenities.
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