New look Leeds city centre pub offers a refreshing change for train commuters

The West Riding
Wellington Street 
Leeds
Manager Nicola Jones at the recently refurbished pub in Leeds City Centre
The West Riding Wellington Street Leeds Manager Nicola Jones at the recently refurbished pub in Leeds City Centre
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A Leeds city centre pub next to the railway station has re-opened following a £350,000 refurbishment.

The West Riding has had a complete redecoration both inside and out, with a new look beer garden a as one of the key new features.

The West Riding
Wellington Street 
Leeds
Manager Nicola Jones at the recently refurbished pub in Leeds City Centre

The West Riding Wellington Street Leeds Manager Nicola Jones at the recently refurbished pub in Leeds City Centre

Publicans Robert and Nicola Jones have been behind the bar at the West Riding for the past nine years.

Nicola said: “Although the pub has been given a makeover, we are keen to point out that it’s very much business as usual but in much nicer surroundings.

“We have a great new menu to go with our great new look and have been delighted with the feedback we’ve received so far.”

Samantha Ward, from operator Punch, said; “Throughout the week, the West Riding takes on different guises with office workers calling in for lunch and after work drinks, it’s a traditional local in the evening and a sports bar at the weekend.

“Our investment has given the pub a boost, improving the facilities and the overall pub experience for customers. I’m confident that Nicola and Robert will continue to keep the West Riding ‘on track’ and the pub will continue to go from strength to strength.”

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