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Section A

(Found to be serving Real Ale)


Adelphi, 1-3, Hunslet Road

Aire Bar, 32, The Calls

Alchemist, Level 1, Trinity

Angel, Angel Inn Yard, Briggate

Atlas, King Street / St Pauls St

Baby Jupiter, 11, York Place

Beckett's Bank, 28-30, Park Row

Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen, 1A, Cross Belgrave Street

Botanist, Trinity, 67, Boar Lane

Calls Landing, 38, The Calls

Carpe Diem, Civic Court, Calverley Street

Central, 88, Wellington Street

Conservatory, Albion Place

Cross Keys, Holbeck Urban Village, 107, Water Lane

Crowd of Favours, Harper Street

Cuthbert Brodrick, 99, Portland Crescent

Dry Dock, Woodhouse Lane

Duck and Drake, Kirkgate

Friends of Ham, 4, New Station Street

George, 67-69, Great George Street

Golf Café Bar, Blue Granary Wharf, 1, Little Neville Street

Grove, Back Row

Hedley Verity, 43, Woodhouse Lane

Hop, The Dark Arches, Granary Wharf, Dark Neville St, Neville Street

Horse and Trumpet, 51-53, The Headrow

Hourglass, 157-158, Briggate

IT Bar, 57-59, New Briggate

Leeds Brewery Tap, New Station Street

Midnight Bell, 101, Water Lane

Mr Foleys, 159, The Headrow

Nation Of Shopkeepers, 27-37, Cookridge Street

North, 24, New Briggate

Old Red Lion, 2, Meadow Lane

Old Steps, 26, York Place

O'Neills, 26, Great George Street

Pack Horse, Pack Horse Yard, Briggate

Palace, Kirkgate

Picture House, 82-90, Merrion Street

PIN, 24, Dock Street

Pour House, Canal Wharf, Water Lane

Prince of Wales, Mill Hill

Queens Bar, Queens Hotel, City Square

Reliance, 76-78, North Street

Roast, 1 Whitehall Riverside, Whitehall Road

Sam's Chop House, 8, South Parade

Scarbrough Hotel, Bishopgate Street

Ship Hotel, Ship Yard, Briggate

Social, 21, Merrion Street

Spencer's, 23, Mill Hill

Stick or Twist, Podium Building, Merrion Way

Swan, Swan Street

Tapped Leeds, Trinity, Boar Lane

Templar, 2, Templar Street

Toast, Unit C, West Point, 106-108, Wellington Street

Town Hall Tavern, 17, Westgate

Tyke, 2 The Gateway North, Etap Hotel, Crown Point Road

Veritas, 43, Great George Street

Victoria Family & Commercial, 28, Great George Street

Wardrobe, St Peter's Building, 6, St Peter's Square

West Riding, 38, Wellington Street

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Playhouse Square, Quarry Hill

Wetherspoons, North Concourse, City Station

White Cloth Gallery, 24, Aire Street

White Rose, City Station

Whitelocks, Turks Head Yard, Briggate

Wrens, 61a, New Briggate

Yates's Wine Lodge, 24-28, Boar Lane


Section B

(No Real Ale at time of survey)


1871, All Bar One, All Bar One, Around the World in 80 Beers, Arts, Baa Baa Bar, Bad Apples, Bar Risa, Bar Room Bar, Baracoa, Behind the Town Hall, Bier Keller, Blayd's, BrewDog, Bridge, Brooklyn Bar, Browns, Call Lane Social, Carriageworks, Ciao Bella, Cockpit Bar, Cosmopolitan, Decanter, D-Fusion, Distrikt, Duncan, Elbow Room, Elements, Engine House Cafe, Epernay, Escobar, Fab Café, Fibre, Foundry Wine Bar, General Elliot, Giraffe Bar & Grill, Grand Theatre, Harry's Bar and Brasserie, Hirsts Yard, Inntro Bar, Jake's Bar & Grill, Las Iguanas, Lazy Lounge, Leeds Metropolitan University Union, Living Room, Lounge, Lounge, Maven, Milo, Mojo, Mook, Neon Cactus, New Penny, Norman, Oporto, Oracle, Outlaws Yacht Club, Pit, Primo, Puro, Queens Court, Reform, Regent Inn, Revolution, Revolution, Sandinista, Scene, Sela Bar, Shed, Slug & Lettuce, Smokestack, Social, Tempus bar, Three Legs Hotel, Tiger Tiger, Trinity Kitchen, Varsity, Verve, Viaduct Show Bar, Yates's Wine Lodge (Woodhouse Lane).

City Centre Pub Guide

Between November 2013 and February 2014 Leeds CAMRA surveyed all the pubs and bars in Leeds City Centre, primarily to look for places which serve real ale. All real ale establishments are shown in Section A below. Section B, for completeness, shows all the other places found.


For up-to-date information on all these pubs, simply visit the CAMRA online pub guide, What Pub, by clicking on the button below.

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This is not a full list of everywhere that alcohol can be purchased or consumed, but we have tried to include all ‘bars’ which are open to the public, have substantial opening times without a door charge, do not have any membership restrictions and most importantly where a drinking experience is encouraged. So for instance there are no off licences or supermarkets but you will find some places which are very food orientated providing there is a substantial drinking area.


We have also included hotel bars where the public are not just legally allowed to drink, but positively encouraged either by way of advertising or other signage and where it is obvious where the bar is.


All places in Section B have the potential to become ‘real ale establishments’, so it is worth checking them out occasionally. It is inevitable that a list like this is out of date as soon as it is published, we will endeavour to update both sections as soon as changes are recorded.