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Situated just across from the train station, Te Scarbrough
Taps is a Leeds favourite. Te long mahogany bar stocks a
great range of real ales and ciders, and often has guest beers
in from further afeld, such as Adnams and Tornbridge. A
great place to catch a restorative pint after a long train journey.
Te Midnight Bell (situated on Water Lane, near
Bridgewater Place) is Leeds Brewery’s fagship pub. With
a modern, light decor, it remains a great spot to sample
Leeds’ beers; from the refreshingly citrusy Leeds Pale, to
the rich, sumptuous Midnight Bell dark mild. Friendly
staf, a menu serving pub grub with a modern twist, and
a courtyard for drinking in the sun (should the weather
allow!) makes the Midnight Bell the place to sample beers
from one of our most popular brewers.
Sitting in the shadow of Bridgewater Place (two minutes
walk from Te Hop towards Water Lane) is Te Grove,
one of the city’s most-loved pubs. A winner of countless
awards for its traditional atmosphere and beer quality,
much remains unchanged in this little slice of beer heaven.
Cosy, quiet and laidback, Te Grove is a great place to
grab a beer (ales from Lancashire brewer Moorhouse are
always in great condition here) and peruse a newspaper in
blissful peace. Keep an eye out for their popular folk and
jazz nights, too.
Hidden away under the dark arches (beneath the train
station) is Te Hop. A modern beer bar with traditional
leanings, this music-oriented drinking den is owned by the
local Ossett Brewery. Expect Ossett’s tasty beers on the bar
at all times, with the refreshing Yorkshire Blonde proving
to be a massive hit. Live music starts in the evening, so if
you want to take in the best of local musical talent with a
pint of great beer,Te Hop is the place to be.
Leeds Ale Trail