Leeds certainly isn’t short of good pubs, and with so many new eateries cropping up every month, it can be difficult to decide where to wander for an after-work bite or lazy Sunday lunch. A staple on the scene is The Lamb and Flag; located on Church Row, it's one in a string of brewpubs cooking up…
The Lamb and Flag
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The Lamb and Flag is a converted 19th Century pub offering great beers and food to Leeds.
The interiors combine snug pub touches with wooden beams and cosy seating with more modern touches like exposed brickwork. This dog-friendly pub also has a large outdoor space, with upstairs terrace seating, as well as areas perfect for hosting live music.
This is a serious beer pub, with a wide variety of the stuff available. The full range of the Leeds Brewery beers are behind the bar, as well as a plethora of draught lagers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and more. The food menu is gastropub classics soured from local suppliers.
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The Lamb and Flag, 1 CHURCH ROW, LS2 7HD