Welcome to the night!
From a quiet pint in a traditional Yorkshire pub to the latest sounds from top DJs – there’s no shortage of things to do after dark in Leeds.
Around The World
At Around The World you can encounter different cultures through food and drink with carefully selected products. The menus play host to some of the world’s most famous beers, ciders, wines and cocktails.
Leeds’ most prolific bar offers superb midweek and weekend settings. Bar Fibre is not to be missed with it’s intriguing atmosphere that never fails to disappoint no matter what direction your moods takes you.
Be At One
Be At One specialises in great cocktails, served by friendly staff in a vibrant atmosphere. With over 150 cocktails to choose from the bar has daily happy hours as well as a fantastic smartphone app with daily deals to choose from.
Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen
Belgrave Music Hall is an independent venue with music, art, film and food spread across three floor, including Leeds’ most spectacular roof terrace. It serves up amazing canteen style street food from 11am till late.
The most comprehensive beer selection, sports programming and interactive games offer in the country. Every weekend Bierkeller have Oompah bands and DJs, combined with fantastic atmosphere it makes a great night out!
Bilbao Bar bring you a little bit of their Spanish home town, choose from the hand-picked selection of wines, beers and cocktails to accompany a carefully crafted menu that is prepared with local and imported ingredients.
Black Sheep Brewery
Regular ‘shepherded’ tours of the brewery allow guests to experience the traditional brewing processes through to the end product – a sample of the award-winning in the Baa…r. The ideal place for an interesting day out.
Call Lane Social
Known for its great music and atmosphere, Call Lane Social is infamous in Leeds. It has two levels; downstairs draws you in with loud music and cool décor, and you won’t have to pay extortionate prices for your drinks.
Let the luxurious venue ease you into the mood with happy hours, fantastic drinks offers and selections from extensive cocktail, premium spirit and champagne menus served with style and expert bartenders, waitresses, hosts and DJs.
The Dry Dock is one of the most versatile venues in Leeds. Where else can you head to a docked boat maintaining its authentic features and designed to create a comfortable environment to entertain guests from a far?
At Golf Bar anyone can play real golf, anytime, in any weather, on the new generation of golf simulators from About Golf Europe. Endorsed by PGA Golf Tour and played by Luke Donald, you can play over 36 courses.
It Bar offers a comprehensive range of world beers, local real ales, amazing spirits, cocktails and fine wines on offer all day. So join in and lounge around in wonderful surroundings and atmosphere at It Bar.
An independent bar tucked away just beyond where most other city centre bars live, it’s the establishment to be at for fine wine, gin and whisky, where there’s a downstairs bar area scattered with barrels and a tasting piano table.
Leeds Town Hall
Leeds Town Hall is an iconic building that opened in 1858. The venue hosts a vibrant programme of orchestral concerts, gigs, comedy shows, educational events, tours, ﬁlm screenings and even a beer festival!
Light Night Leeds is an annual multi-arts and light festival which takes place one Friday night in October at multiple venues across the city. It’s a celebratory night for the thriving creative activity taking place all year round.
Music is king at Milo, playing the best rock & roll, funk and soul from the 50s to the present day. It’s also not unusual to catch live music, with acoustic nights and gigs. Milo is equally enthusiastic about its drinks.
Mission is housed in six railway arches, the club has an amazing underground feel which creates an electric atmosphere for the clubbing faithful who travel the length and breadth of the country to attend its nights.
This bar is all about great cocktails, good to be bad food and rock & oll from the last five decades. There’s no pretence and no pretension, wear what you want, bring who you want and drink what you want.
Open daily for live gaming from 1pm to 8am, Napoleons have recently introduced 24 hour weekends so you can enjoy a visit to the casino anytime from 1pm on Friday right through to 8am on Monday morning.
The drinks and upbeat atmosphere at the Neon Cactus are borrowed from the cosmopolitan bar and club scene of Mexico City. Whilst the vibrant food menu is inspired by the traditional canteens and old town street vendors of Mexico.
Norman bar is a jewel in the Leeds bar scene, standing out distinctively for its luxurious and contemporary interior designs. The bar offers fine wines and beers from around the world as well an extensive cocktail menu.
One of the original pioneers of the Leeds bar boom, North has an unparalleled beer selection served brilliantly by friendly and informative staff. It’s a winner of the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Place to Drink in Britain award.
O2 Academy Leeds
O2 Academy Leeds is a concert venue, nightclub, event space and sports venue. Its launch was one of the most exciting and ambitious projects, converting the listed building back to its magnificent theatre style format.
A vibrant, lively organisation which actively challenges conventional perceptions of opera. Breathing new life into the classics, the company is also a strong advocate of lesser-known works and a champion of musical theatre.
Oporto is one of Leeds’ favourite bars offering a rough and ready style atmosphere in intimate surroundings, a perfect make shift venue. The best drinks, music and atmosphere with weekly and monthly gigs are on offer here.
Oracle is Leeds’ largest waterfront venue, situated in the heart of the newly developed Brewery Wharf, overlooking the River Aire. A stunning building, spilt onto 2 levels, Oracle offers something for everybody.
This trendy and upmarket venue is popular with a discerning crowd, people who want to let their hair down but don’t want to go somewhere too full-on. Reform is a good place to relax with your mates after work.
Sela Bar carries over a selection of over thirty different beers spanning the globe from Pickering with The Great Yorkshire Brewery’s Yorkshire Blackout, to New York with a selection from Brooklyn Brewery, and Belgium.
Sheaf St Cafeteria
Through the day Sheaf St Cafeteria offers coffee, breakfasts and light lunches. Moving through into the evening it provides a carefully-curated drinks menu, and hearty bar snacks – social space and a destination open to all.
Shooters is the perfect place to watch the football, from the Premier League and Football League to the World Cup and European Championships. You can make the most of it by booking a table with a medley of beer and food.
Smokestack is the number one venue in Leeds for New Orleans inspired cocktails and music. Offering two floors of funk, soul, blues, jazz and reggae, Smokestack combines the city’s most electric atmosphere with even better service.
Walk through the Victorian doors of The Adelphi and prepare to be wooed by this popular Leeds local. Sumptuous period touches combined with contemporary flourishes and a diverse clientele create a friendly, alternative vibe.
The Garden Gate
The Garden Gate is officially Leeds’ most beautiful public house. Built in 1902 and the pub and building remains untouched. Not only a must for beer lovers, the pub also offers a unique chance to experience a slice of Leeds’ history.
The HiFi Club
Nightclub and live music venue that is three times winner of both the ‘Best Nightclub’ and ‘Best Live Music Venue’ at the annual Leeds Bar & Club Awards. It is a friendly and welcoming spot with quality music and drinks.
Whether you are looking for a chilled out pub, the home of sport, that hangover cure, fun drunk times or just a reason to leave the house. The Library has it all covered between the pub and upstairs venue.
The Midnight Bell
The Midnight Bell pride themselves on a brilliant selection of drinks and constantly evolving seasonal food prepared completely from fresh using the finest ingredients Yorkshire has to offer. Find it in Holdback’s Urban Village.
The New Penny
The New Penny is situated in The Calls area of Leeds, it is reported to be the oldest continually running gay pub in the UK. The pub has hosted various well known drag queens on its stage, including Lily Savage and Anna Glypta.
The Old White Beare
The Old White Beare has an extensive whisky collection, a seventh heaven for any malt lover, a Cask Marque award-winning range of real ales and wonderful gastropub food, all served up within the timbers of an Elizabethan galleon.
The Original Oak
You can tuck into cool jazz, original comedy and lashings of tasty food and drink at this iconic pub. As well as a busy line-up of events, The Original Oak offer a wide range of well kept cask ales from Yorkshire and beyond.
An historic pub, The Palace dates to around 1741. It’s one of many rare gems in the Nicholson’s collection of great British pubs, reputed for their distinctive buildings, intriguing history and vibrant atmosphere.
The Victoria Hotel
Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality.
The White Swan
The White Swan is situated next to the world famous City Varieties theatre, serving a great selection of local ales, imported craft beer and quality wines. The White Swan also serves quality, homemade meals every day.
The Wrens is a traditional pub and hotel serving some of the best real ales in Yorkshire and now showing the best in sport. Opened in 1913, it has always had strong ties with the Grand Theatre which is located close-by.
Verve is a buzzing, quirky little indie rock bar in the friendliest part of town. The bar serves a fantastic cocktail menu and an extensive choice of bottled and draught beers. Free live music and comedy are on offer here.
The multi award winning LGBT Viaduct show-bar provides weekly cabaret spectaculars by Drag Queens and presents some of the UK’s biggest drag artists and tribute acts. It is located, out and proud, in the heart of Leeds Gay Quarter.
Built in 1715, and with its current famous interior dating from the late 1800s, this is the oldest public house in Leeds. The pub has preserved the rich history and charm that has always been the cornerstone of Whitelock’s.
Wire is one of Leeds finest clubs pushing quality underground music in a friendly and intimate environment. Powered by a full Funktion One Soundsystem and fuelled by a selection of the best imported bottled beers and spirits.