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Water Lane Boathouse
Built in the early 1800’s the building is situated on Canal Wharf
and was originally a shipment warehouse for the Leeds to Liverpool canal.
The building is spread over two floors and has a large outdoor area overlooking the canal.
The upstairs features a small bar and is available seven days a week for private hire.
Leeds LS11 5PS
Dakota offers excellent service & luxury accommodation with an award-winning bar & grill.
Seaside senanigans in the heart of Leeds.
Manahatta brings the shameless glamour of uptown New York to the very heart of Leeds.
Slam Dunk Festival
28th May - Leeds City Centre
Having firmly established itself as the best alternative festival for pop-punk and rock revellers alike, Slam Dunk Festival is set to get even bigger and better in 2017 with the addition of the first direct Arena in Leeds as the second stage.
Be At One
Summer on Boar Lane is set to be a sizzler, with the arrival of a new cocktail bar from one of the UK's best loved brands. Less than two years since Be At One made its Northern debut just off Millennium Square, the party in Leeds expands with the newest opening just half a mile away.
Expect a decadent Chinese restaurant, featuring dark mahogany panelling and fancy furniture, with a menu that promises Wagyu Beef Ribeye, whole Szechuan Sea Bass, Wasabi Lobster and Agedashi Tofu.
Monk Cocktail Bar
With one of the most successful cocktail bars in Manachain, they’ve taken over a unit in the grade-II listed 12 South Parade.
From the guys behind Buca di Pizza, they’re opening a new cafe and bar calin upstairs their restaurant on Wellington Street, serving coffees and light lunches during the day then becoming a prosecco bar in the evenings.