Posted in: Student BlogJuly 19, 2016 10:15 am
Sunday, it might as well not be the weekend with that thing called Monday hanging over it. But it could be your favourite day of the week. If you live in Leeds, in fact, it can quite easily be your favourite day of the week.
Forget about what lies ahead and soak Sunday in with our pick of the best in this great northern city.
Sunday in the Smokestack
One of the funkiest spots in town just got funkier with the Bullfrog Blues. Head down to 159A Lower Briggate at 8pm on a Sunday night and you won’t stop movin’ until Tuesday. Guaranteed.
Sunday snacks in Trinity Kitchen
Leeds was already famous for shopping, but Trinity took it to the next level (both literally and metaphorically) in 2013. The Kitchen upstairs is one of the best things about the city; it boasts some of the best international street food you’ll find in Britain, so it’s the perfect place to transport yourself to another world.
Sunday Joint in HiFi
Sunday night in HiFi is legendary in Leeds – and for good reason. It’s played host to some of the world’s best musicians in the funk, reggae, Latin and salsa scenes, so why would you want to do anything else on a Sunday?
Sunday afternoon in Alfred
Head out of the city and into the suburb of Meanwood and you’ll find perhaps the greatest Sunday afternoon bar in the world. Alfred, which is part of the local North Bar group, is small enough in floor space to be your living room, yet big enough in character to be your favourite watering hole for life.
A Sunday stroll down the River Aire
Running right through the city, the River Aire is a top place to be on a sunny Sunday. Take a walk down the waterfront to take your mind off the week of work ahead and just enjoy being alive.
Sunday roast at The Midnight Bell
Roast dinners, or good roast dinners, are a little difficult to find in Leeds, but the one at The Midnight Bell is magnificent. A proper good pub with proper good grub. What more can you ask for?
Sunday (bottomless) brunch at Shears Yard
For a brunch with a difference, Shears Yard is the place to be. They have just launched a bottomless brunch, which includes bottomless booze, on Sundays. All you have to do is hand over £25 and you can fill your boots.
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