Located in Trinity, this new Leeds restaurant boasts an outdoor terrace area to enjoy Rosa's iconic Thai food alfresco-style. The perfect pit stop for a day spent splashing the cash, the cool but casual atmosphere is the ideal day to night setting.
Rooftop Bars in Leeds
The Leeds skyline is like no other, especially when the sun comes out, and what better way to enjoy it than by taking to the rooftops? Luckily, the city has a wide selection of stunning rooftop bars, from luxurious terraces serving up Champagne and panoramic views, to fourth-floor beer-gardens and zen Japanese havens. Here’s our pick of the best rooftop bars in Leeds.
Stepping into Cuckoo feels a bit like falling down the rabbit hole. The fairground-themed bar boasts a secret roof terrace, which can only be accessed via a surreal potting shed. Staying open until 4am, this late-night patio is the perfect place to cool off after sweating it out on the dance floor.
Spanning three floors, The Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen combines live music, modern art and a cluster of street food vendors. Their affordable fourth-floor rooftop garden is the perfect place to get your gang together and let the good times roll.
This Trinity Leeds rooftop restaurant boasts panoramic views and sleek and stylish interiors. Serving a variety of British and international dishes alongside an impressive cocktail menu, Angelica transforms into a lively bar with regular guest DJs as night falls.
The Lamb and Flag is a well-loved 19th Century pub with a large beer garden overlooked by an upstairs balcony area. Located just off Call Lane, the terrace has impressive views of Leeds Minster, and an even more impressive Sunday roast menu.
This rooftop cocktail bar is one of Leeds' best known. Situated on the 13th floor of the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Skylounge is open from dawn till dusk, serving up boozy bottomless brunches and an evening a la carte menu, all to the stunning backdrop of the city.
This Japanese rooftop terrace is offering a moment of zen away from Leeds' hustle and bustle. Littered with cherry blossom, Issho is the perfect place to relax whilst enjoying a glass of Champagne and chowing down contemporary Japanese cuisine.
East 59th's city centre rooftop is inspired by New York's industrial interiors and iconic skyline. Located in Victoria Gate Shopping centre, the terrace is an extension of the bistro-style restaurant, renowned for its bottomless brunch menu.