England, Leeds Guide (B): Where to Grab a Pint in Leeds
You don’t have to spend much time in Leeds to realise that this is a city that loves a good pint. In the few weeks that we’ve been here we’ve had many, many chances to explore and sample the local scene, and it’s been outrageously fun. We’ve tried to visit different establishments in all four corners of the city, but there are a few that just keep us coming back for more.
So, to kick off this week, here are my top choices for grabbing a pint in Leeds:
North Bar has quickly become one our favourite haunts, and not just because it is within a stone’s throw of our flat (but that does help). It’s a bar with a great atmosphere: it’s lively and fun, but it’s also very relaxed. They have an awesome selection of beers, including one of the best porters I’ve ever sampled, and are often showcasing a local pick or two.
The bar staff are beyond friendly and very knowledgeable about their craft. We’ve had many great chats with them about Leeds and beer, and it’s pretty clear that they love what they do. The more we visit, the more we fall in love with North Bar.
While The Social might not have the largest selection of beers in town, what it lacks in labels it makes up for in a wicked rooftop patio. Nestled away in the north centre of Leeds, The Socialcan be found in an old wooden house, but walk through the doors and it’s anything but old. Welcoming you with its rustic charm, The Social is a great bar to grab a pint at and ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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