We strongly believe in supporting the local business economy As Leeds’ pubs and bars are slowly beginning to open, we thought we would list some of the best that our fair city has to offer from value for money to popular spots to enjoy a pleasant drink or even gastro pubs with restaurants to treat yourself.
The Mustard Pot
Set in the heart of Chapel Allerton, The Mustard Pot, is an excellent spot for refreshing cask ales and fabulous pub grub. You can book to eat inside, but they have a huge beer garden which is great if the weather is fair - you can find all the details you need on bookings here.
Wapentake may not be fully open as a bar, but they are doing takeout where you can pick up a takeaway pint of your favourite beer, or even some delicious food. Located on Kirkgate, you can also get home deliveries of your favourite beer, wine, cider and bar snacks from their website. Find out more about their reopening here.
The Lamb and Flag
The Lamb and Flag is now open - we recommend you book but they will still be accepting small groups of walk-ins. Located just next to Leeds Minister it’s one of the best pubs for food in Leeds City Centre. Book your table and check out their fantastic menu here.
The Adelphi is ideal if you are looking for a few leisurely drinks and a quick bite to eat - the perfect setting for a laid-back drinking and dining experience. Located on The Calls, group booking is available and they have plenty of top dining options. Follow this link for more information.
Hardy’s Cocktail and Wine Lounge
Hardy’s Cocktail and Wine Lounge is the perfect spot for anyone looking for a post-lockdown cocktail. They serve two magnificent cocktail menus, but other wine, beer and spirits as well. The bar can be found right next to the Grand Arcade, so if you fancy a strong tipple, you can book your spot here.
Doghouse Bar Leeds
This bakery bar is the perfect place to enjoy a few drinks and some freshly baked bagels. Pair up your bagel with a craft beer or one of the many creative cocktails that they have on offer. They have been open since the 4th of July and are accepting walk-ins - book your table here.
Whitelock’s Ale House
One of the oldest pubs in Leeds, Whitelock’s is a must-visit. Serving a wide selection of real ale and craft beers – many from Yorkshire breweries – alongside a menu of fresh, home-cooked and locally sourced food. You can make advance bookings now as they have table service - take a look here.
Angel Pub Inn
This Leeds City Centre pub is known for its reasonably priced drinks and excellent atmosphere, there’s no music, television or gambling machines, so it’s perfect for a little conversation. So if you’re after a quiet pint, you can find out everything you need to know about booking here.
What’s great about our city is we have a variety of top drinking establishments and our list is only a snapshot of the best pubs in Leeds. Wherever you end up going, remember to be mindful of social distancing and follow the right precautions, so you can ensure that you and those around you have a good and safe time.
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OUR LEEDS CITY BRANCH IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
Unfortunately, our Leeds City branch is closed due to a water leak. Please use our online banking service or the app to access your account, where you will be able to use our faster payment service should you need to transfer money.Alternatively, please visit one of our other Leeds branches at Merrion Centre, Middleton, Armley or Dewsbury Road.We are sorry for the unexpected closure and will endeavour to re-open at the earliest opportunity.
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