Atop Call Lane Social is a piece of South Pacific perfect for tropical drinks and Hawaiian feels. One of the coolest bars in Call Lane, there's cute booths, Hawaiian clad bartenders, and tiki-inspired cocktails for you to drink all night.
Bars in Call Lane Leeds
While it's hotly contested where the best bars are, the bars in Call Lane Leeds might just be hottest in all of the north. There's everything from underground spirit dens, exclusive speakeasies and Tiki paradises that'll whisk you away from the northern wind, you're basically falling over great bars near Call Lane. So take a look and give them a call.
Again and again bars in Call Lane prove themselves to be the place to drink in Leeds. This colourful playground of murals, animal heads and a touch of sophistication is a great place to grab a craft beer, delicious cocktail or tasty pizza well into the early hours of the morning.
When you're looking for where to go out in Call Lane, opt for some 1920s luxury and speakeasy style with The Backroom. All minimalist modern furnishings with an extensive menu of great spirits, you'll find lashings of tasty drinks and classic and contemporary tunes on the speakers.
This vibrant Call Lane venue is all about bright colours and good times. When they're not hosting regular gigs and live music, they'll be tempting you in with a wide range of continental lagers, bitters and classy cocktails.
One word: Tequila! The multi-coloured venue, adorned with gold-framed portraits and sugar skulls, is packed full of the stuff, mixed into cocktails and served in shots. And that's not all: this Call Lane bar serves up a mean selection of Mexican food, like tacos, burritos and quesadillas too.
Revolucion de Cuba offers a lot more than some bars in Call Lane. They've got vibrant décor down, they offer up a mean selection of tasty Cuban bites – think burritos, enchiladas and tapas – and you can drink as much rum as you want. But they've also got the Latin party spirit, which is why you can party here till the early hours most nights.
There's many reasons to call in at Revolution. The vodka maestros here can shake you up some vodka-based cocktails, as well as plenty of other spirits, wines and beers for you to enjoy. And if you liked them enough, you can book yourself into one of their cocktail masterclasses – so there's plenty of reasons to visit this Call Lane bar.
The New Penny is the oldest gay bar in Leeds (and one of the oldest in the country), which is one of the reasons why it should be on your list of bars to visit in Call Lane. Cheap drinks, a friendly atmosphere and a license that means it stays open longer than loads of other places – what more reason do you need?
At Jake's Bar, they make their own spirits and liquers using a 3000-year-old method, so you know it's tried and tested. Bars near Call Lane don't get much cooler than here either, with rustic brown Chesterfield sofas, vintage twinges and pop ups taking residency in the kitchen.
A bar in Call Lane so impressed with the street that they named themselves after it, head to this social haven for quirky interiors and delicious drinks shaken up by skilled bartenders. With lashings of rums and beautiful garnishes perfect for your Instagram feed – as well as a late closing time – you might just have to stop by.
Less flash, more offering up great vibes and drinks, Roland's is a bar in Call Lane perfect for those looking for a chilled out atmosphere. They offer up a selection of local, national and international draught and bottled beer & ciders, as well as spirits, cocktails, wines and pizza to line your stomach. And when it's sunny, you can head to their beer garden for more.