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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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The Chemic.

Pub review: The Chemic, Woodhouse, Leeds

A clenched first salute picked out in neon lights above the car park says plenty about a pub which has survived in an area where many have gone to the wall.

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Simon Jenkins with his new book The Yorkishire Beer Bible.

Raising a glass to Yorkshire’s brewing success

A new book takes readers on a journey through the drinking culture of our county, writes Duncan Bremner.

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Pub review: The White Horse, Whitby

HISTORY hangs heavy here. Dickens once stayed; Cook recruited sailors for his voyages.

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Pub review: The Griffin, Leeds city centre

Pub review: The Griffin, Leeds city centre

Let’s talk about The Griffin, on the corner of Boar Lane and Mill Hill, which I’ve often walked past with longing looks but have never actually been in, until now.

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PIC: James Hardisty

Pub review: Stew and Oyster, Oakwood, Leeds

when it comes to food, Stew and Oyster does exactly what it says on the tin.

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Pub review: Quirky, Garforth, Leeds

Bring your own chairs, was the special instruction for customers attending the first birthday party at Quirky.

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LAST ORDERS: The Fenton on Woodhouse Lane is open until 2am on Friday and Saturday.

Pub review: The Fenton, Woodhouse, Leeds

I’ll be honest with you, by the time we reached The Fenton, we were a little worse for wear... I had just completed (let’s say a large part) of the Otley Run.

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Pub review: Original Oak, Headingley, Leeds

The ORIGINAL Oak in Headingley should be in a category all its own. It’s a victim of its own success in some ways in that it probably wouldn’t be first choice for a quiet drink.

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The Commercial.

Review: Transpennine Ale Trail

I’M sitting in the ornate buffet bar of Stalybridge railway station, washing down a giant meat pie with a pint of a locally-brewed ruby red ale, enjoying warm company and lively conversation and wondering “Why have I never done this before?”

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The Brunswick in North Street, Leeds. PIC: James Hardisty

Leeds city centre ‘Northern Quarter’ given resurgence with new bars

The so-called ‘Northern Quarter’ of Leeds city centre has undergone a real resurgence, with new bars popping up around Merrion Street, Cross Belgrave Street and the top end of Vicar Lane.

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The Highland.

Pub review: The Highland, Burley, Leeds

DIVERSIONS between Burley Road and Wellington Road are playing havoc with the local traffic.

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Sunbridge Wells. PIC: Tony Johnson

Revisit three of the most creative bars in Leeds and Bradford

Occasionally, Barfly has to stop to catch its breath but we don’t want you to miss out.

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Mr Foley's. PIC: James Hardisty

Pub review: Mr Foley’s Taphouse, Leeds

THEY must be crying into their locally-brewed beer down at the Old Bridge in Kirkstall.

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Date: 26th July 2017.
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Barfly......53 Degrees North, Goodbard House, Infirmary Street, Leeds.

Bar review: 53 Degrees North, Leeds

IT DOESN’T MATTER how swish the bar, how cool the décor, how interesting the drinks menu or how smart the clientele, it’s the quality of the bar staff which makes or breaks a business.

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Pub review: The Castle Inn, Spofforth, Leeds

SPOFFORTH. It sounds a little like the sound you might make while hawking up something unsavoury from your chest.

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Beer festival returns to historic Leeds city centre pub

The Whitelock’s annual beer festival is back for its third year.

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