Boasting one of the most extensive wine cellars in the city, Veeno is already a bar with entertainment in Leeds for those so inclined. But stop by for one of their exclusive wine tasting sessions and you can enjoy some of their finest bottles in a fun environment, all the while nibbling on a selection of classic Italian sputini.
Restaurants with Entertainment in Leeds
The eatery scene is pretty great at the moment, which means that not only can you get some excellent food, but restaurants with entertainment in Leeds have been cropping up everywhere too. In one place you can watch the chefs cook spectacular food right in front of you, the other has live music during or after you eat. Fun restaurants in Leeds are here in abundance, so go have some.
This award-winning vegetarian curry house shouldn't just be on your list for the amazing food. This Leeds fun restaurant also offers a cookery school taught by the head chef herself (who also shares her name with the restaurant), so after your taste buds have been dazzled, you can make them yourself.
If you're after a little entertainment with your feastin', it's time to head to Chez Mal. From the Malmaison family, this Swinegate favourite promises free-flowing drinks, a crepe station and a stunning chef's spread for 3 dreamy hours.
Bulgogi Grill is a really fun restaurant in Leeds, where the chefs give you a selection of locally-sourced meats and seafood marinated in traditional Korean seasonings and sauces. Then it's up to you to cook it on the concave grill in the middle of the table how you like it. That's one way to impress a date…
Toast isn't just a sports bar in Leeds, they also serve some tasty food too. Their continental menu has everything from Yorkshire Ale Fish and Chips to Oxtail Ragu on it, washed down by a selection of cocktails, gin or rum. Perfect for you to sit back and watch the sports on their multiple screens, or listening to the music form the speakers.
While other restaurants with entertainment in Leeds will rely on outside things to keep you interested, Teppanyaki is the entertainment here. You'll sit round communal tables, where their friendly chefs will cook the meals in front of you. And they'll be using theatrical skills like juggling, flipping, fire and, of course, banter to keep you laughing throughout.
Normally, you're going to The Wardrobe for one reason: the live music. But this haven of alternative music welcomes you in for food too, where you can enjoy a menu of locally-sourced grilled food, burgers and salads, washed down by craft beer, cocktails and their specially bought gins. Then once you're all digested, get yourself downstairs and sing your heart out.
Outlaws Yacht Club is many things: a café, an exhibition space, a record shop and a fun bar in Leeds all in one. So stop by for one of their tasty sharing boards of sandwiches before getting stuck into some art, live music or even a club night or two. As long as it's creative, you'll find it here.
The Faversham is one of the city's many multi-purpose venues, and their stage has played host to the likes of Artic Monkeys, Lilly Allen and Gossip in the past. So before you come see the next big thing in music, head to this fun Leeds bar's restaurant for a series of tasty pub bites, washed down by cocktails and beer.
Channelling the party spirit of Cuba, Revolucion de Cuba is all about tasty Latin food and big Latin beats. You can come in here for Cuban bites like burritos and enchiladas, before drinking a few cocktails and storming the dance floor when the music comes out. Or even sitting back and watching as the professional salsa dancers come in.