A HISTORIC pub in Leeds city centre has undergone a major refurbishment.
The Prince of Wales pub on Mill Hill is no more, and a new pub has taken its place.
The new owners have renamed it Baht’ap and given it a big makeover, with a bright purple front to really make people aware there’s a new pub in town.
The previously cosy pub has been given a modern look and offers a bright bar area and a snug at the back.
It follows hot on the heels of The Head of Steam, which opened opposite the pub last year.
With the like of Bundobust and Tharavadu joining the street in recent times, it seems the area is most definitely on the up.
Landlord Gary Lawrence said: “Our aim is to elevate the centre of the town.
“It is already doing very well and there are great pubs, bars and restaurants and we want to add to that.”
The pub stocks real ales and craft beers as well as a range of wines and spirits and a food menu will soon be available.
For details, visit bahtap.co.uk or follow @BahtapLeeds on Twitter.