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PROPER GOOD PUBS
ADELPHI

Striking period decor in a Victorian tavern with wood panels and old tiles, plus real ale and grub.


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ANGEL INN

The Angel is very well hidden, minutes from the train station and a stones throw away from the shops on Briggate.


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BREWERY TAP

Lager brewed twice a week and served alongside a locally sourced menu and range of Yorkshire ales.


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CROSS KEYS

Smart gastropub with cosy alcoves and an open fire, serving classic British dishes and local ales.


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CROWD OF FAVOURS

Laidback venue with classic British and Modern European dishes, live music and cinema nights.


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DRY DOCK

Narrow pub serving food in a boat on land, with a polished, dark wood bar and stripped wood floor.


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EDITORS DRAUGHT

A city centre local bar catering for offices, residents, locals and hotel guests.


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THE GRIFFIN

Set in an 1872 former hotel, this relaxed, stylish pub serves classic English fare & Sunday roast.


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LAMB & FLAG

Unstarched cloth napkins, flickering candles and blackboard menus of classic French dishes.


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MIDNIGHT BELL

An ideal destination for everything from conferences and meetings to celebrations, weddings and other events along with city breaks in Leeds.


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MR FOLEYS

Simple interior for beer enthusiasts to taste in third pint glasses with specially matched food.


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NEW CONSERVATORY

Mahogany bar serving beer brewed near and far with a world cuisine restaurant and cafe.


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PACKHORSE

Real ales and pub fare in renowned early-17th-century wood-panelled inn set in a courtyard.


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THE PALACE

Originally the home of a Leeds timber merchant this large building is now a classical British pub.


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WHITELOCKS

Former marketman's pub with old wooden bar and stained glass serving British menu and local ales.


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WHITE SWAN

Pub next to a theatre serving simple, homemade food and range of local, European and American beers.


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