"When weekend strikes, be prepared for mayhem. Organised mayhem that is, as there's never any trouble, just a hell of a lot of people. You'll queue to get in, at the bar... but betcha you'll still stick around," read a YEP review.
It was disco fever on a Friday night courtesy of Brutus Gold Love Train. And 80s club night Top Banana was the big draw on a Saturday night.
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Upstairs at the Merrion Centre was the place to be back in the day. Geared towards the cheap and cheerful it boasted fruit machines.
Did you this visit cheap and cheerful nightspot, complete with revolving dance floor, back in the day? Later became Bondi Beach Club.
One a weekend you would have to queue to get in on a one in one out basis, but you'll wait around because you knew you wanted to drink there.
You knew what to expect of Yates - it was tacky it was brash, but it was kinda fun. Attracting big groups on a bit of a bender, there was always frivolity to be found there.
It was the giant venue that led way for city nightlife. Opened in 1993 and hundreds of thousands of revellers past through its doors during its 13 years in Leeds.
It was an attempt to bring some London sophistication to the city circa 1992. Were you a regular back in the day?
Acting as a feeder bar for Majestyk this nightspot was aimed at an older crowd. It was decked out in wood and resembled a Texan barn. Remember Duelling Pianos?
This legendary Leeds club night played host to some of the biggest DJs in the world, as well as inspiring countless local talents to get behind the decks.
A cheap night out, with regular promos, including 2 for 1 offers on both food and drink. A further novelty was their range of exotic tasting beers which come in 'must have' glasses.
A firm favourite with football fans. Did you watch a game in here back in the day?
It maintained many characteristics of an 80's wine bar and attracted a younger crowd on a weekend. You never tried to wander in with trainers on because you wouldn't get very far.
Its minimalist decor made it look cool. A true professionals hangout.
A vibrant pub that punters and bands flocked to. Oasis, Radiohead and Nirvana played there.
Did you visit this legendary Leeds nightspot back in the day?
Tucked away behind the Corn Exchange it enjoyed success with party-going students as the pre-club bar to Po Na Na.
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