Banyan is located in the main city square, boasting an enviable location and massive outdoor seating area. The interior of this stylish bar and restaurant also promises unique design and quirks aplenty; from delicious plates to bespoke cocktails and private parties of up to 130 guests.
Cool and Quirky Bars in Leeds
The UK's epicentre for the cool and the creative, you can bet your bottom boozy dollar that this city has a few quirky places to drink up its sleeve. From notable bars in converted churches and ping-pong party houses to sultry speakeasies and hidden havens, we've left no stone unturned to bring you some of the most cool and quirky bars in Leeds.
Manahatta is a glitzy addition to this roster of cool bars in Leeds. Defined by their plush interiors and their cocktail whims, the Merrion Street hideaway is not only serving up some of the most unique drinks in the city, but they're doing it in a fun and frivolous fashion, all night long.
Looking to catch a few cocktails in Leeds? Why not join Dirty Martini for a whole new kind of mixology experience as they promise the best in boozy libations, all set alongside slinky interiors and a smashing playlist.
If you're looking for cool and quirky bars in Leeds, it's time to check out Bar Soba. Nestled on Greek Street, it's the perfect choice is you're after tasty Asian bites and innovative cocktails to wash it all down.
Work your way through the sweet tidings of this tropical haven to experience one of the most unique bars in Leeds. A cool cavern for all things South Pacific, Tiki Hideaway is leading the charge when it comes to sweet cocktails, fiery drinks and themed fun.
It's all in the name here. This weird and quirky Leeds cocktail bar is awash with neon lights, rainbow coloured mirrors, murals painted by local artists, and animal heads smothered in paint. All the better for you to enjoy their cocktails, craft beer, or pizzas in.
One of Leeds' most understatedly lavish bars, this unique Albion Place offering brings you vintage-inspired interiors with an adventurous twist. This ethos is extended to the menu which fronts botanical cocktails and a mouthwatering array of globally-inspired plates.
From plush booths, to soft lighting and an extensive cocktail menu, Be At One is the ultimate watering hole. Only minutes from Leeds station, this is the perfect place for any occasion; whether that's date night, casual drinks or a big night out.
One of the coolest bars in Leeds is East 59th. Channelling the effortless cool from New York, there's minimalist interior and grey-washed walls alongside floor-to-ceiling windows and plants galore. Feast on huge slabs of meat and bowls of ice cream with cocktails, wines and beers.
Head down the rabbit hole at this quirky Leeds bar. While the interior is weird enough, complete with pictures of kooky artwork on the walls alongside taxidermy deer's heads and funky wallpaper, your drinks will be served in teapots and strange crockery.
A unique bar in the Leeds city centre, The Alchemist serves up a menu of enticing eats and quirky drinks that bubble, fizz and come to life before your eyes. Pair that with the sleek golden interiors and you've got a haven for Instagram photo shoots.
Part-café bar, part-record shop, part-exhibition space, Outlaw's Yacht Club is an unusual drinking hole. The venue's filled with cool sofas surrounded by artwork from local artists, as well as cutesy touches like vintage typewriters and globes.
Found in the Northern Quarter of Leeds, Blind Tyger is no less than one of the most unique bars in Leeds. From its opulent interiors and Victorian theme down to its creative cocktails and dated vibe, this is a treasure in the city for classy drinks and mixology combined.
Upstairs, it's an unassuming contemporary British restaurant, serving up tasting menus expertly paired with drinks. But downstairs thinks get a bit risky. Vice is serving you up a variety of delicious cocktails, with menus focused on vodka, whisky and more – and a full Gentleman's Club aesthetic.
Proud of their prohibition stance and promising some of the best in cocktail mastery, The Maven is a quirky bar in Leeds with luster and vintage charm on its side. From drinks in cutesy tea cups to lashings of gin, their dated space promises the ultimate date night space.
he Viaduct Showbar is awash with glitter balls and heaving dancefloors: the perfect environment for weekly cabaret from the best drag queens around. The DJ takes over after the show too – and if that's not your jam, they've got amazing drink deals, bingo, quizzes and more.
A hybrid of entertainment in the city, Belgrave makes its mark as one of the most unique places to drink in more ways than one. Whether it's the roster of exhibitions, quirky interiors, DJ nights, roof terrace or street food traders, Belgrave always has something that keeps you coming back.