It's hard to miss the outside space at Banyan, as this is one of the best beer gardens in Leeds for a reason. The front drinking area is perfect for sipping on some expertly made cocktails, or even while tucking into a tasty menu of salads, sandwiches, burgers, steaks and more.
Beer Gardens in Leeds
Is there anything better than finding the best places for alfresco drinking in Leeds? When the sun is shining, the pints come out and the gardens get packed. Make sure you know where every single one is so when the temperature's up, your not left crammed inside. Take a look at our recommended list of best beer gardens in Leeds and let's get sunning.
At over 300 years old, that's a few years before people cared about beer gardens in Leeds. Luckily, you can head to this charming old pub for some delicious beers or classic pub food and, if you are lucky, steal yourself away in their little courtyard for some alfresco sunning.
Relaxed hangout Roland's has a really cool place for alfresco drinking in Leeds. Head through the contemporary bar – grabbing one of their local, national and international beers on the way – and then set up shop in their secret garden-esque outside space.
This sleek, sophisticated venue isn't just a great place for alfresco drinking in Leeds, it has some great views of the city too. Get some classic British food, get them shake you up some elegant cocktails and park yourself onto their stunning roof top terrace for a really good time.
Probably one of the most famous beer gardens in Leeds, Calls Landing has a cracking view over the river, making ideal surroundings for when you're drinking beer. Which is great, because the pub focuses on serving up delicious beer, a few wines and all the oysters you can manage.
This converted 19th Century pub is all about offering great beers and food, so no wonder this Leeds beer garden is on everyone's list. Not only is it all cute wooden benches, wooden beams and an upstairs terrace, but is also dog-friendly, so you can bring your little woofer with you.
This multi-purpose bar is just off the beaten track, so which means this Leeds beer garden is allowed to be quite different. Head to their pub and you'll be treated to a selection of craft beers and ales from nearby breweries, or nibble on some homemade fresh food, before making your way out to their outdoor terrace.
With three floors of fun, it's easy enough to see why people would flock to The Belgrave Music Hall. But if you aren't here for the live music, art exhibitions and film screenings, then you must be there for their amazing Leeds roof terrace, perfect for sipping on craft beers or frozen cocktails.