Pubs In Leeds

Bars are great and all, but sometimes you just can't beat a pint in a cosy watering hole. And, lucky for you, this city's got a keg-worth of them. Whether you're on the hunt for heartwarming grub, a boozer to catch some live gigs, or you just fancy relaxing in a plush armchair, these pubs in Leeds are sure to please.

Last updated on 5th August 2022




Pinnacle Leeds

5 user reviews 4

Fancy something a little different in the city? Boasting a number of delicious gin cocktails and craft beer, Pinnacle Leeds is quite the boozer. You can play shuffleboard or pool, or partake in an epic sports viewing of the latest game.

If you're looking for pubs in the city, then be sure to check out Palace Leeds on Kirkgate. Come rain or shine, this fabulous venue has a gorgeous beer garden alongside a cosy indoor space. As for food? Expect mouthwatering hearty fare and ice-cold brews.

The Library, Leeds

32 user reviews 4

This affordable little haven will keep you fed, watered and merry without attacking the bank so students, savers, or anyone who is stretching their overdraft those few painful days before payday, head on down for a kind price list and don't sacrifice the quality. Keeping things simple and traditional, get your pub grub straight up, your battered fish, your pulled pork burgers, and enjoy the best in booze, from peach cocktails to quality craft beers at one of the best student pubs in Leeds.

Headingley Taps

8 user reviews 3

Looking for a boozer that does it all? Head on over to Headingley Taps Bennett Road for a good ol' time. This much-loved haunt not only offers themed events from disco nights to pub quizzes, but also serves some hearty pub fare with bespoke concoctions. 

If you want your pubs in Leeds to be dog-friendly, boast a picturesque beer garden and serve over 90 gins, then Granvilles Beer & Gin House is just the place. Head to the Horsforth boozer, where a lineup of local pints and bingo events await too.

Nation Of Shopkeepers

35 user reviews 4

Situated in the hub of all the action, Nation of Shopkeepers is a master at delivering wicked live music nights, refreshing pints and quirky bites. Next time you're wondering where to drink in Leeds, pay a visit to this watering hole and you won't regret it.

Editor's Draught, Leeds

76 user reviews 5

A lively pub in Leeds, Editor's Draught is a great spot for game day, boasting numerous HD TVs that screen BT and Sky Sports. The Wellington Street watering hole also has real ales and a mega menu of comfort food bites available.

The Scarbrough Hotel

235 user reviews 5

A fan of the more traditional pubs in Leeds? Make your way to Bishopgate Street where The Scarbrough Hotel is offering up a menu of classic British dishes and beers on tap. It's also got outdoor seating for those summertime sips.

Beck & Call

267 user reviews 5

Nestled in Meanwood, Beck & Call is a neighbourhood local with home-cooked pub food and cask ales at the forefront of the menu. Settle into a cosy nook of the dining room or head outside when the sun's out, and you'll find a colourful beer garden providing a sense of sanctuary. 

The Adelphi

16 user reviews 5

Rinsed in old fashioned charm, this snug Leeds pub is filled with vintage leather sofas, antique chairs and ornate decorative touches. Sit back and put your feet up by the fire or grab a spot in a more intimate nook and enjoy a tasty brew.

O'Neill's Leeds

27 user reviews 4

For Irish pubs in Leeds, O'Neill's comes out firmly on top. Think affordable, refreshing pints of Guinness, bottomless brunches and Saturday night entertainment, plus the opportunity to refuel with plenty of grub throughout.

Not only do The Brewery Tap make their own craft beers onsite, meaning you're in for some of the freshest pints around, but they also cook up a host of pub grub classics. Nestle into a comfortable corner and tuck into fish and chips, sausage and mash, burgers and steak pie.

Wrap your taste buds around classic gastro nosh at Town Hall Tavern. From steak and burgers to baked camembert and scotch eggs, the menu has something to keep everyone happy, whilst its drinks include beers, ales, fine wines and cheeky cocktails.

If you're searching for places to drink in Leeds with live music, Head of Steam is for you. Order yourself one of their craft, cask or world beers, bask in the off-kilter interiors and tap your toes to the music, all whilst filling your belly on comfort food.

The Lamb and Flag focuses on two things: great beers and delicious food. They pour up a whole roster of locally brewed beers, draught lagers, wines and spirits to accompany their gastropub food and also have a killer outside area.

Pack Horse, Leeds

79 user reviews 5

Pubs in Leeds city centre don't get much better than Pack Horse, a historic boozer just tucked away from Briggate Street. Not only is it one of the area's oldest boozers but it also whips up award-winning pies, using some of the country's freshest ingredients.

Tapped Leeds

0 user reviews 4

As well as stocking over 200 beers, Tapped also creates a range of mouthwatering slices from authentic Italian dough. Choose between popular toppings, such as pepperoni and jalapenos, or opt for one of the more unusual pizzas, along the lines of seitan doner and chicken tikka.