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 drinking area out front is perfect for sipping on some expertly made cocktails, or even tucking into a tasty menu of salads, sandwiches, burgers, steaks and more.
Beer Gardens 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. From impressive restaurants toting chilled out terraces to sky-high rooftop spots and the classic pub courtyard, here's our roundup of 10 of the best beer gardens in Leeds.
At over 300 years old, Whitelocks is the oldest pub in Leeds. Head out to their Turk's Head Yard for some of the best real ale and craft beer from Yorkshire's finest breweries and catch some rays as you tuck into home-cooked and locally sourced food.
This brewery-run gastropub serves up a tasty menu of pub grub classics matched with cask ales from their own collection. The courtyard is ideal for those sunny afternoons and balmy evening when you fancy a cheeky pint and hearty dish.
This converted 19th Century pub is all about great beers and food. Not only does the beer garden feature all cute wooden benches, wooden beams and an upstairs terrace, but it's also dog-friendly, so you can bring your little woofer along with you.
Probably one of the most famous beer gardens in Leeds, Calls Landing has a cracking view over the river. When it comes to sustenance, expect delicious beers, a decent wine menu and all the oysters you could possibly manage.
This multi-purpose bar is just off the beaten track, so you're in for a cosy treat. Head here for craft beers and ales from nearby breweries, or nibble on some homemade fresh food, before making your way out to their airy terrace or gorgeous conservatory.
Boasting some of the best views of the city, Angelica is a top choice for outdoor drinking in Leeds. Make your way to Trinity where British dishes, sophisticated cocktails and a stunning rooftop terrace are located 6 stories up.
With three eclectic floors, 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 roof terrace, perfect for sipping on craft beers or frozen cocktails.
Situated in Holbeck Urban Village, this friendly watering hole is home to one of the best beer gardens in Leeds. From beers from sister brewery North Brewing Co to a changing roster of bottled beers, cask, and kegs, you won't go thirsty here.