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The 13 much-loved bars and restaurants that Leeds has lost over the last year

As trends, popularity and interests change, so does Leeds's night time economy.

Here, we take a look back at some of the establishments that closed their doors over the last 12 months. READ MORE: The long-gone Leeds nightclubs we haven't forgotten

This casual, Basque-inspired tapas restaurant boasted bare brick, tiles and booths, as well as a basement gin bar. Closed at Trinity Leeds in October 2018.

5. Pintura

This casual, Basque-inspired tapas restaurant boasted bare brick, tiles and booths, as well as a basement gin bar. Closed at Trinity Leeds in October 2018.
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The Cau restaurant in Victoria Gate closed its doors following the collapse of the Gaucho chain in July 2018.

6. Cau

The Cau restaurant in Victoria Gate closed its doors following the collapse of the Gaucho chain in July 2018.
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This craft ale establishment was based in Thorntons Arcade, but closed for business in April 2018.

7. Tall Boys

This craft ale establishment was based in Thorntons Arcade, but closed for business in April 2018.
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Leeds-born Marco Pierre White opened a Marcos New York Italian at The Merrion Centre in April 2018. However, it closed in late August of last year due to 'contractual renegotiations'

8. Marcos New York Italian

Leeds-born Marco Pierre White opened a Marcos New York Italian at The Merrion Centre in April 2018. However, it closed in late August of last year due to 'contractual renegotiations'
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