Posted in: Property ProfessionalSeptember 2, 2014 11:13 am
If you’re new to the city and are looking for areas in which to socialise on a night, and meet new people, Leeds has an abundance of options available to you. Whether you’re after entertainment, food or just a casual drink amongst friends, these areas of Leeds have plenty to offer.
It might sound relatively vague, however the real city centre area of Leeds offers a number of bars and restaurants in which to socialise. From bars and restaurants like The Alchemist, Botanist and Angelicas in the Trinity Shopping Centre, to higher up in town, such as Browns on the Headrow – there are plenty of spots for you to grab food and drinks.
The ever-popular nightlife destination, Call Lane has been synonymous with Leeds nightlife for as long as we can remember. Often packed on a weekend, popular spots include Jake’s Bar, Call Lane Social, Oporto, Revolution and The Backroom – offering wide-ranging musical and ambiance feels to suit any taste.
Having recently seen a growth of explosion, the Northern Quarter of Leeds truly is burgeoning. With the likes of Belgrave Music Hall and Sandonista, you have great food and drink options, and with new additions like the New York themed Manahatta and trendy The Brotherhood of Pursuits and Pastimes, the northern quarter gives an alternative to the busier lower sections of the city.
From the likes of the Slug and Lettuce, The Decanter and The Living Room around Park Row and Greek Street, to places more off the beaten track like Baby Jupiter and The Atlas, bars and places to grab a drink are plentiful in the more business focused area of the city. Likewise, if you’re after somewhere to enjoy a meal in a relaxing environment, it’s well worth checking out Blackhouse: The Grill on the Square.
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