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.
Headrow House is definitely one of the quirkiest pubs in Leeds, taking up residency in a former 1900's textile mill and offering not one, but two roof terraces for alfresco sips. That's not all though, as the resident kitchen comes occupied by the Michelin Guide recommended Ox Club.
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.
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.
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.
A pub, kitchen and music venue all in one, The Faversham is an award-winning watering hole and a must for music lovers. When you're not watching a live gig, be sure to check out some of their first-rate fare - think smoked haddock crumble and butternut squash risotto.
Sunday roasts, craft beers and stained glass windows are all on the menu at this cosy pub in Leeds. Head to Whitelock's Ale House and Turks Head where antique interiors pay tribute to its 300-year-old history whilst its courtyard lets you soak up the relaxed atmosphere and sun all at once.