These 10 Leeds pubs have reopened their outdoor seating areas, serving up your favourite pub classics - from steak and ale pie and Hunter's chicken to a full Sunday roast. Where will you visit first?
1. The Scotts Arms
Located in the delightful village of Sicklinghall, near Wetherby, The Scotts Arms has reopened its terraced garden with an extensive food menu and roast dinners on Sundays. Customers praised the fish dishes in particular.
Leeds' oldest pub, on Turk's Head Yard in the city centre, needs no introduction. It has reopened its courtyard seating serving classic pub dishes such as the beef and ale pie, which can be washed down with a pint.
3. The Fleece
Customers have praised this Otley riverside pub for its Covid-safe measures. The outdoor food menu includes Hunter’s chicken, chilli con carne and classic beef burgers with a range of toppings.
4. The Bingley Arms
Enjoy Al Fresco dining at this traditional village pub in Bardsey, near Scarcroft. The kitchen is serving its much-loved steaks and steak and ale pie, as well as roast dinners on Sundays.