Outdoor Restaurants In Leeds

It's not just toasty temps and blue skies that welcome a season of alfresco dining. Venues across the city are making sure their gardens, patios and terraces are cosy in winter and sun-drenched in summer. So, without further ado, check out our roundup of outdoor restaurants in Leeds and discover some of the city's finest eats.

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Last updated on 19th February 2024




The Adelphi

Looking to eat your Sunday lunch outside? The Adelphi has just the thing, serving up real ales and artisan spirits alongside piled-high plates of meat, veggies and lashings of gravy. They've also got a double whammy of seating both out front and in their back garden.

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The New Conservatory

2 For £14 Cocktails and 3 other offers

One of Leeds' top outdoor drinking venues, The New Conservatory is an independent gastropub and terrace bar that's got everything: food, cocktails, cask ales, and craft beers; you name it, they've got it. Whether you're in the mood for a fancy cocktail or a good ol' fashioned pint, this place has got you covered. Plus, they've got a killer terrace perfect for soaking up the sun (or the rain, if that's more your thing). 

The Lost & Found Leeds Club

4pm-8pm: The Lost Hours - 2 for £12 Cocktails and 2 other offers

A Victorian-themed den with a sun-drenched terrace, The Lost & Found is a top choice for botanical cocktails and European fare. Housed within an impressive building and offering menus suited for vegans, veggies and carnivores alike, this restaurant and bar is an ideal choice. Plus, you can find streetside tables at their Greek Street sister.

Hawkhill Tavern

Hawkhill Tavern's garden space is covered and heated in winter and a sun trap come summer, with a menu of Korean BBQ wings, hand-stretched pizzas and overflowing tacos to boot. Better yet? You can wash all of that fine grub down with craft beer.

The Lamb and Flag

Whether you came for the wide selection of real ales or menu of classic pub grub, chances are that you'll be staying for the outdoor areas. Along with a first floor private terrace, The Lamb and Flag also has a courtyard beer garden clad with pretty fairy lights.

SkyLounge

Sitting pretty atop the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, SkyLounge is one of the most glamorous restaurants with outdoor seating in Leeds. Expect floor-to-ceiling windows, panoramic views and a menu pairing signature cocktails with brunch, afternoon tea and more.

Canal Club

A one-stop shop of brunch, booze and international fare, Canal Club is the stylish bar featuring waterfront seating for all your alfresco dining needs. Whet your whistle with fun cocktails, before munching on a mouthwatering selection of global tapas dishes.

The Midnight Bell

Serving up a collection of pub grub classics and own-brand cask ales, The Midnight Bell is coming up trumps in the Urban Village. Meet your pals in the courtyard and settle down for freshly poured pints, a chilled out lunch or an indulgent Sunday roast.