City Buzz: Top 5 places in Leeds to watch the Super Bowl

Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds.
Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds.
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Sports fans are spoiled for choice for the Super Bowl this Sunday, with dozens of Leeds venues showing the game.

Here’s our top five picks of where to watch it.


The game might not start till 11.30pm but Carpe Diem opens from 8pm with plenty of food and drinks deals.


Grab a sofa and watch the Seattle Seahawks v New England Patriots with hot dogs and beer.

It’s free entry and starts at 8pm.


Merrion Street favourite Mojo will show the Superbowl in its Rhum Room from 10pm and will be serving up American-style wings and burgers to boot.


Sports fans can also pop across the road to The Pit, which is celebrating the Super Bowl with drinks flowing until 4am and food being served till late.


The newest addition to Merrion Street – The Brotherhood – is a haven for trendy sports fans. Pull up a chair and grab a sharing platter from 10pm.

Leeds Industrial Museum in Armley will be brimming with excitement on August 1 when, for the first time ever, the historic site plays host to none other than the Yorkshire Open Hat Throwing Championships, the brainchild of Yorkshire-based poet Glyn Watkins. picture Tony Johnson.

Hold on to your hats - hat throwing champs comes to Leeds