The Midnight Bell
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Found in the Urban Village, home to what's said to host some of the oldest industrial buildings in the world, is a classic boozer brimming with charming pub grub, affordable pints and one mighty looking beer garden. Introducing, The Midnight Bell.
The flagship pub in the Leeds Brewery group, The Midnight Bell is one of its most favoured spots. While dining rooms are laced in charming bare brick and vintage wooden furniture, and the concrete bar totes a top selection of liquid refreshments, the beer garden is a homage to any and all summer hankerings thanks to its large space, lush views and bench plots. A must-try in the summer, Leeds says so.
While guests to The Midnight Bell can enjoy local draughts, a top selection of international wines and classic drinks, many note the dining as their favourite reason to visit. Pub grub with a gastro edge, The Midnight Bell boat a cool selection of plates to choose from; whether that's chowing down on Swaledale sausage and mash with parsnip crisps for £11.95, or enjoying their winter allotment pie with seasonal vegetables and grated Hellfire for £11.50.
- After work drinks , Eating and Drinking , Chatting and Drinking
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Midnight Bell, 101, Water Lane, LS11 5QN