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An affordable favourite in Leeds, and Stonegate supping spot, The Library is a pub known for their craft pints, pocket friendly plates of hearty grub, and student crowd.
Doing what all good pubs do best, and keeping their interiors markedly simple, The Library harks back to the good old pubs of days gone by with a main pub and upstairs venue. Boasting cosy seating areas, traditional awnings, spaces to savour all of the latest sport and a selection of dining tables, The Library doesn't make itself out to be something it's not. Simply tending to the needs of Leeds' hungry and hankering students.
Boasting a selection of craft beers, cocktails and wines alike, guests at The Library can get their mitts on anything from a Goose Island Honkers Ale at £3.55 to a Southern Peach cocktail at £4.75. Pub grub at The Llibrary comes up an affordable trumps too, with a touch of American influences on their side, guests can gorge on anything from a pulled pork burger at £6.25, to craft beer battered fish and chips for £5.45.
- Pub , Lounge Bar
- After work drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates
- Drinkonomical £
- Wheelchair Access
- Background Music
- Smoking Area
- No queues normally
- Sky Sports
The Library, 229, Woodhouse Lane, LS2 3AP