Central Leeds: Black Prince pub to open in Grade II listed building



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A brand new city centre pub, named after a famous Leeds statue marking the city’s eldest son, will open its doors to the public this month.

The Black Prince pub, in Boar Lane, will open inside the space that used to home the Revival 80s nightclub overlooking City Square following a VIP open event on October 13.

The Grade II listed building, built in 1843, is to become a Sizzling Pubs establishment that can seat over 100 guests who can enjoy a range of cask ales and pub food fare from fish and chips to Mexican fajitas.

Richard Mollitt, the new pub manager, said: “We can’t wait to wow Leeds with our extensive menu offering, the high quality of the meals and fantastically affordable prices.”

The pub is named after the eldest son of King Edward III, Edward, whose statue is in City Square.

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