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The Best Bars In Leeds

Andrew Bartlett by Andrew Bartlett

Thursday, 9th February 2017

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The Best Bars In Leeds

Revolution

You’re spoilt for choice here because there is Leeds Call Lane, and Leeds Electric Press. Over 30 bottled and draught beers at both venues, and food from the Revolution kitchens. They put their own spin on cocktails, so you’ll find something different in either of these.


Harvey Nichols

When you’ve finished your shopping, head up to the fourth floor where you’ll find gold dome lights, circular tables, and comfortable banquettes. A huge selection of soft drinks, Illy coffee, Taylor’s of Harrogate tea, juices, a wide choice of wines – many of them own-label – cognacs, single malts, American whisky, and more. It’s just amazing what they can offer up there!



Blind Tyger

How many bars do you find where every review gives 5 stars? Blind Tyger is one such. They have just won the first Leeds Food & Drinks Award “Most Innovative” category too. Cosy booths in a Victorian lounge setting where you listen to soul, blues, and prohibition jazz while sampling cocktails to die for!



Smokestack

A cool cocktail bar offering club nights with a funk and Latin beat. Bare brick walls and cosy booths abound. An almost endless supply of visiting DJ’s and bands make this the place to go for something a bit different.

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