107 Water Lane, Leeds LS11 5WD
0113 243 3711
The Cross Keys restaurant is located in the Holbeck Urban Village development, just south of Leeds railway station. Built in 1802, The Cross Keys originally served as a watering hole for local foundry workers.
Flying the flag for the pub side of things are an impressive and frequently changing roster of local beers on tap, as well as a range of international lagers on tap and in bottles. The menu offers an appealing range of British classics: minute steak or beer battered fish finger sandwiches for lunch, and heartier mains are also available at lunch or dinner. We love the sound of the pheasant, leek and bacon stew with apricot dumplings and buttered kale, and the fact that each main has its best beer match listed.
Level 5 Trinity Leeds, 70 Boar Lane, Leeds LS1 6HW
0113 897 0444
Located on the fifth floor of the new Trinity Leeds shopping centre, Crafthouse is accessed directly via a scenic lift from Boar Lane or from within the shopping centre.
The 144-cover space offers views across the city from within the restaurant or on the dedicated outside terrace, and pays homage to Leeds’ rich culture and heritage with space dividers inspired by looms and ceiling rafts reminiscent of fabric reams. An open kitchen faces onto the restaurant's dark oak and marble interior. Specially commissioned local artwork features throughout.
101 Water Lane, Leeds LS11 5QN
0113 244 5044
Welcome to The Midnight Bell. Located in Holbeck's atmospheric Urban Village – reputedly the oldest set of industrial buildings in the world – we are Leeds Brewery's flagship pub. With the perfect mixture of traditional and contemporary features our oak beams and ancient brickwork sit alongside a concrete bar and high wide windows. Add into the mix Leeds' best beer garden and we think we're on to a winner.
We also pride ourselves on our brilliant selection of drinks and our constantly evolving seasonal food prepared completely from fresh using the finest ingredients Yorkshire has to offer. Here at The Bell we're all about simplicity, service, quality and most importantly; we're all about you. We look forward to seeing you soon.
17 Westgate, Leeds LS1 2RA
0113 244 0765
The pub is a historic Leeds venue, dating back to 1926 that re-launched in May 2011. Situated between the courts and the Park Square Business District, with free wi-fi, Town Hall Tavern is the perfect choice to relax with fine gastrofood and drinks in Leeds, whether its a business lunch or a night of celebrations in the city.
The menu, cooked by our award-winning head chef, has a range of delicious options to suit every palette and the drinks menu caters for all occasions, serving freshly ground coffee, traditional cask ales and contemporary cocktails, as well as an extensive wine list.
1 Swinegate, Leeds LS1 4AG
0844 693 0654
Nothing beats honest northern food, and it doesn't get any better than at Malmaison Leeds Brasserie. With elegant ceilings, plush leather booths and contemporary open fireplaces, The Mal Brasserie in Leeds has got style to spare, and all of the classic British dishes with a twist that you could ever ask for. Sure, Yorkshire pudding will be here, sharing a plate with locally-produced beef.
But our dedicated chefs do french cuisine too, not to mention our ever-popular Mal Burger. And of course, when you want fine wines to match every course, our super sommelier offers vintages, aperitifs and digestifs to die for. No other restaurant in Leeds comes close.
151 Otley Old Rd, Cookridge, Leeds LS16 6HN
0113 267 2100
Situated in the Leeds suburb of Cookridge, GUSTO's terrace offers the perfect location to relax and enjoy our extensive list of wine and cocktails or to sample the fabulous food. Our traditional wood burning oven gives that authentic Italian taste to all our pizzas.
The restaurant is built around a 200 year old olive tree draped with sparkling fairy lights providing the perfect back drop to any occasion.
4 Turks Head Yard, Leeds LS1 6HB
0113 245 3950
Whitelock’s is the oldest and most established real ale house in Leeds. Under new ownership from May 2012, we aim to preserve the rich history and charm that has always been the cornerstone of Whitelock’s, while infusing it with new life and and our passion for great food and drink.
We serve an impressive selection of real ale and an array of craft beers – many from Yorkshire breweries – alongside an extensive menu of fresh, home-cooked food available seven days a week. We have a large beer garden, free WiFi, a real log fire in the winter, Sunday newspapers and are child and dog friendly!
72 The Headrow, Leeds LS1 8EQ
0113 243 9353
Browns, Leeds is situated on the city’s main east to west central avenue, the Headrow, in the historic heart of the city. We’re next door to The Light, a huge shopping and entertainment centre, and you can see its stunning courtyard from our outdoor terrace.
The building was originally the banking hall of the Leeds Permanent Building Society. We converted it in 2001, and even restored the old wood-panelled manager’s office – it’s a lovely intimate room for drinks. Come and explore Leeds – and then join us for dinner and cocktails.
27-37 Cookridge St, Leeds LS2 3AG
0113 203 1831
It may be one of the trendiest bars in Yorkshire but the Nation team like to keep it old school on Sundays with a range of traditional, well priced roasts. You can sample 21-day-aged topside of beef with horseradish sauce, English loin of pork with Kentish apple and sage sauce, or Shropshire 1/2 roasted chicken, and sweet potato, cashew and cheddar roast with beetroot and horseradish chutney.
All options come with mashed and roast potatoes, peas, carrots, roasted butternut squash, homemade Yorkshire pudding and gravy. You can also listen to the latest hip tunes whilst washing your grub down with some decent ales or bottled lagers from round the world.
West Point, Wellington St, Leeds LS1 4JY
0113 243 9546
With leather stools, glossy black marble bar and a warm terracotta palette, Toast has a distinctly continental feel. And with a passionate and enthusiastic team, we provide a genuine friendly service together with great music and a city centre vibe. Freshly cooked meals, served all day with a great selection of beers, tempting wines and amazing cocktails make Toast Bar and Bistro the perfect Leeds city centre bar – for business or pleasure!
And being one of only a few Leeds city centre bars with a heated outside area, means you can make the most of alfresco dining or just grab a beer and sit in the sun. Open seven days a week, Toast Bar and Bistro is perfect for business and pleasure, parties and meetings, celebrations and special occasions.
82-90 Merrion St, Leeds LS2 8LW
0113 246 9297
As a family-friendly restaurant in Leeds, we pride ourselves on serving up a royally good roast dinner, whenever you want it.
Tuck into cracking value carvery meals any day of the week, with your choice of tender, slow-cooked joints, traditional trimmings and unlimited freshly steamed veg.
166 Town St, Horsforth, Leeds LS18 4AQ
0113 467 2001
Bar 166 & Bistro in Horsforth offers fantastic British food at very affordable prices. Together with a top quality restaurant Bar 166 also offers a liveley bar next door
The head chef at Bar 166 & Bistro, Andrew Lawson has worked at some of the top restaurants in the Yorkshire area and as a result the food on offer at the bistro is on par with some of the best restaurants in Leeds but without the large price tags. Food is served at lunch and in the evening 6 days a week and throughout the day on Sunday.
7 Duncan St, Leeds LS1 6DQ
0113 243 3674
Head chef Paul Benkhe's resume boasts michelin star restaurants and hotels on an international scale and the opportunity for him to stamp his identity on Leeds was an opportunity he couldn't refuse, and one he has yet to regret to the delight of the regular foodies.
61A New Briggate, Leeds LS2 8JD
0113 245 8888
Opened in 1913, The Wrens has always had strong ties with the Grand Theatre which is located less than a minute walk away. Within the Wrens three seating areas we have one room which is called the 'Theatre bar'.
In times gone by when pubs were filled with smoke this room was a designated no smoking room so that the singers, actors and actresses could come for a refreshment without the smoke damaging their voices. As much as the smokey old days have gone we still have many of the theatre cast as well as theatre goers enjoying time in the Wrens.
Kirkgate, Leeds LS2 7DJ
0113 244 5882
You will find The Palace in Kirkgate Leeds within a short stroll of Maude Street, Harper Street and Cross York Street - however you won't find another like it.
Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality.
42 Call Ln, Leeds LS1 6DT
0113 243 8243
Arts is Leeds’s original Café Bar. Opened in September 1994, really the first of its genre in Leeds.
Offering around 50 covers, Arts has built a reputation on offering exceptionally high quality and interesting cuisine in a relaxed and friendly environment, at affordable prices where you can always be assured of attentive and welcoming service. The atmosphere is complemented by regular 6-weekly exhibitions of artwork by local and regional artists on the walls.
Princes Ave, Leeds LS8 2EP
0113 269 3352
The Roundhay Fox in Leeds is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar.
The Roundhay Fox was previously two Italian restaurants, a tea shop and a wine bar known as The Stables. Roundhay Park on the edge of which the inn sits once belonged to the Lacy family in 1284 before becoming a hunting park providing sport and game for the table of the medieval gentry.
Swan Street, Leeds LS1 6LG
0113 242 0187
Adjoining the world famous Leeds City Varieties and tucked up an alley off Briggate. With a regularly changing menu which is locally sourced and all cooked from fresh, it is one of the best places to eat in Leeds as well as offering a cool, relaxing space to enjoy a few drinks.
99 Portland Crescent, Leeds LS1 3HJ
0113 204 8570
This Wetherspoon pub takes its name from the architect Cuthbert Brodrick. He designed the Oriental or Central Baths, built in 1897, which occupied part of the site where the pub now stands. Brodrick also designed two nearby buildings: the town hall and the Leeds Institute.
Millennium Square was Leeds' flagship project to mark 2000. Dominated by the Civic Hall, it is the city's first public square for over sixty years. Other buildings of interest in the square include Leeds General Infirmary, the Leeds College of Art & Design and The Carriageworks - the city's newest theatre.
201 Harrogate Road
Leeds LS7 3PT
0113 288 8165
Leeds LS27 0LY
0113 253 3115
31-33 East Parade, Leeds LS1 5PS
0113 246 0669
A diverse and fascinating city that has gone through many incarnations. Once the Kingdom of Elmoit covered with a luscious forest to a small market town. Today, a thriving cosmopolitan and vibrant city. In the heart of this urban playground take stock and enjoy modern cuisine and cocktails in stylish surroundings.
4 Fink Hill
Leeds LS18 4DH
0113 258 6401
Leeds LS26 8EJ
0113 282 6201
The Old Pavillion
244-246 Rooley Lane Bradford, BD5 8LB
Denby Dale Road
Wakefield WF2 7AW
Brighouse Road Huddersfield HD2 2LB
Keighley BD21 4BB
82-90 Merrion Street
Leeds LS2 8LW
0113 246 9297
Leeds LS17 8LZ
The Prince William
Castleford WF10 5TG
The Cock and Crown
570 Doncaster Road
Crofton WF4 1PP
44-46 North Ln, Leeds LS6 3HU
0113 203 6090
Trio welcomes families into the restaurant, with a separate children's menu available and crayons and drawing sheets to keep them entertained it's a great place to come and enjoy a family meal.
Venture downstairs and you will find the lively Basement Bar with its impressive back bar of spirits, some well-known, others a bit more obscure! You can even buy a shot of Diplomatico Ambassador Rum for £40 and get yourself on their wall of fame. Enjoy 2-4-1 Cocktails Sunday to Thursday all day and Friday and Saturday till 9pm.
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