10 places you probably visited on a night out in Leeds in the 1990s
It's time to dance around your handbag and raise a pint of Labbatts to Leeds's night spots of yesteryear.
By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 1:27 pm
Updated Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 1:29 pm
Here we pay a visit to Leeds's nightlife of the 1990s. How many of these did you drink in back in the day?
Three floors of different music and sandwiches served until 2am, Townhouse was the joint for the more sophisticated Loiner, the flash of cash and the wannabes.
Remember giving it large here in the city centre back in the day?
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It may have looked a bit scary from the outside but it enjoyed a loyal following from young and older alike.
The Duchess on Vicar Lane was a popular favourite and famed for its live music. Oasis, Nirvana, Chumbawamba and del Amitri all played there.
Planet Earth's revolving dancefloor was the ultimate test of your balance. Seriously, who ever thought it was a good idea?
Town & Country Club hosted their weekly Love Train 70s night on Friday, and it provided all Loiners with an excuse to dig out their flares and go to Town. Remember the erection section at the end of the night?
When you walked into the Boar Lane establishment you were walking into a piece of Northern heritage. Fast forward to 2018 it is to re-open as a branch of Slug and Lettuce.
Found on Vicar Lane this was hugely popular among a generation of Leeds's youth back in the day.
Did you enjoy a booze in the Hi-Fi back in the day?