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Bar review: 166 Bar and Bistro, Horsforth, Leeds

Girls just wanna have fun, and on a quiet Wednesday evening, two girls in Pudsey were looking to brighten up their thus-far dull week.

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Pub review: The Lord Darcy, Moortown, Leeds

CAN you just wait a minute?” asks the barman, in between serving one chap and then turning to me.

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CHEERS: North Brewing Co can now double its capacity.

Leeds bar’s brewery offshoot is King in the North

One of Leeds’s best known craft breweries is doubling capacity after securing a tranche of European Union funding.

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Original Oak, Headingley.

Guide to ‘traditional’ Leeds pubs with lots of character

Check out our at-a-glance guide to ‘traditional’ Leeds pubs with bags of character.

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Pub review: The Railway Inn, Calverley Bridge, Leeds

THERE used to be a sign close to the Rodley roundabout, directing traffic down to this famous old canalside pub.

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Date:6th April 2011.
Bierkeller, Park Row, Leeds.

Bid to get Leeds Bierkeller a sporty re-brand

The owners of The Bierkeller Entertainment Complex are planning to team up two bars to create a new sports-themed venue.

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Pub review: The Fox and Grapes, York Road, Leeds

THIS was not our intended destination. We had headed east from Leeds to Thorner, a few miles beyond the ring road, to check out the Beehive, a pub with a strong reputation for its food, and a long-time dining favourite of those who live that side of the city.

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Further North in Chapel Allerton.

Five of the most interesting bars across Leeds

From the uber cool to style and swagger Leeds boasts some interesting bars across our fair city.

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Dirty drinks at Leeds martini bar

Dirty drinks at Leeds martini bar

A chain which is bringing its London-based bars up north has created a very Yorkshire cocktail ahead of its opening in Leeds later this month.

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Pub review: The Black Prince, City Square, Leeds

Pub review: The Black Prince, City Square, Leeds

The Black Prince pub, which gazes out over City Square, has been many things over the years. Indeed, this is a building of some history, being the former headquarters of the Yorkshire Banking Company (sometimes called Yorkshire District Bank), dating to 1899.

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EASTERN PROMISE: The rooftop terrace at the Kori bar, Victoria Gate.

Bar review; Kori, Victoria Gate, Leeds

Sometimes you just want to go where the beautiful people go, and so we found ourselves at Kori, one of the city’s hottest, newest cocktail spots.

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The White Swan, Yeadon.

Pub review: The White Swan, Yeadon, Leeds

IT doesn’t start until tomorrow, but I half wondered if the White Swan’s beer festival was already in full swing when I popped in for a pint on Tuesday evening and found a row of six Yorkshire ales all lined up and competing for my attention.

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Pub review: The Hungry Bear, Stonegate Road, Leeds

DO YOU make any ordinary beers? I ask brewer Phil Marsh when he joins us for an early evening pint at the Hungry Bear.

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ALL ABOARD: The Railway Pub, Drighlington, which has an extensive menu and good range of ales/drinks.

Pub review: The Railway, Drighlington, Leeds

THE Railway at Drighlington is one of the most versatile pubs around.

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The Scotts Arms.

Pub review: The Scotts Arms, Sicklinghall

DO YOU mind sitting in the lower area, because all the other tables are booked?” says the waitress, doubtless realising that we’re not regulars and she can probably get away with directing us away from the sociable hubbub of drinkers and diners at the main bar and into a colder, sparsely-populated annex.

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Barfly..Northern Guitars, Call Lane, Leeds....27th September 2017 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Bar review: Northern Guitars, Leeds

Tommy Saxondales of the world, unite, for a new bar has opened in Leeds city centre paying tribute to all things classic rock.

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Experience the best of Leeds’s cocktails

Loads of Leeds’s best bars, cracking cocktails and no need to trek half way across the city to get your fizz fix and satisfy your lust for a Long Island Iced Tea.

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Pub review: The Head of Steam, Mill Hill, Leeds

One of the first things that strikes you as you walk into the Head of Steam on Mill Hill, Leeds is the chandelier made of beer bottles.

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Preview: York Beer and Cider Festival

I’ve had decent days out at Newmarket and Wetherby, but for some reason horse racing never really did it for me.

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Average price of pint of bitter tops £3 a pint for first time, report shows

The average price of a pint of bitter in pubs has topped £3 for the first time, a new report has revealed.

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