Beer Gardens In Leeds

As soon as the days get balmy and blue skies appear, this city's bars and pubs come alive with sunseekers getting their fix of afternoon pints and alfresco meals. With that in mind, we're bringing you our pick of the top outdoor drinking spots. From impressive riverside terraces to sky-high rooftops and a cutesy courtyard or two, here are the best beer gardens in Leeds.

Last updated on 2nd March 2023

The Adelphi

With seating options out front or behind, The Adelphi is a great choice for those of you in search of beer gardens in Leeds. Settle down here and spend your afternoon tucking into comfort food classics, all washed down with craft brews.

Headingley Taps

Looking for a top-notch beer garden? Then head on over to Headingley Taps. Not only do they have a fantastic space to relax in the sun with friends, but they also have a mouthwatering menu, with tasty options from burgers to pizzas. If you're feeling thirsty, wash it all down with a cold pint.

Editor's Draught, Leeds

Nestled along Wellington Street, Editor's Draught is a stylish restaurant and bar serving up craft beers and comfort food. It also has a number of great deals available, including a weekday lunch with a drink for £6.50, plus a few outdoor tables for those summer months.

Hawkhill Tavern

From their 4 full-size American pool tables to boasting 21 beer lines and a gorgeous garden, Hawkhill Tavern has all bases covered. For when you get peckish? There are pulled pork tacos, loaded nachos, Korean BBQ wings and pizzas to wolf down.

Aire Bar

While it might not technically be a beer garden, Aire Bar's outdoor space is well worth a mention. Guaranteed to be filled with daytime drinkers at the first glimpse of sunshine, the riverside terrace is a real beauty, with wooden benches dotted all the way along for optimum views.

The Lamb and Flag

This converted 19th century pub is all about fresh sips and good times. Not only does The Lamb and Flag's outdoor areas feature cute benches, wooden beams and an upstairs terrace, but it's also dog-friendly, so you can bring your little woofer with you.