July 4, 2014 at 2:20 pm , by Blue
Leeds is a city that is continuing to flourish. As the third largest populous city in the UK, it’s no wonder that so many different businesses are setting their sights here.
With the Trinity Centre and First Direct Arena already attracting huge crowds, the Yorkshire hub offers a slice of success to bars, cafes and restaurants throwing open their doors. There have already been a number of new openings in 2014 and there’s set to be many more to come.
Here are just some of the new places you can tuck into a bite to eat or enjoy a nice cold drink in Leeds.
Breathing new life into the former Church Institute and La Senza store on Land’s Lane, Byron Hamburgers is an elegant looking eatery dishing up quality grub. The company was started by Tom Byng back in 2007 and has since opened up shop in Manchester and Liverpool. The Leeds branch will be serving succulently simple burgers and a class selection of craft beer to the locals, becoming a valuable addition to the city’s already booming food scene.
On Friday 11th July, Prashad and Bradford’s The Sparrow will join to deliver a delectable fusion in craft ale and Indian cuisine. Located on Mill Hill near Boar Lane, Bundobust is set to be a sterling offering from the neighbouring city, with quality vegetarian Indian feasts all washed down with a specialist drink menu comprising of ale, beers and cocktails. A true match made in heaven.
Sociable Folk Café
Sociable Folk Café will offer up a little slice of serenity in the busy and bustling Wellington Place. As the first café in the Leeds development, they’re sure to become a favourite amongst workers there: whether they’re popping in for their morning coffee or for a wind down after working hours. With a focus on quality ingredients, generous servings and affordable prices, Sociable Folk Café is sure to quench plenty of thirsts.
MEATliquor is set to pose some fierce competition to Byron and all the other burger joints in town. With brand signatures such as the Dead Hippie burger and chilli fries, as well as specially selected menu items, this restaurant is definitely going to stir up a hunger among shoppers. And it couldn’t be more conveniently located: MEATliquor will be bagging their very own basement site near the Trinity Centre. Their slogan, “come hungry, leave drunk”, lets you know exactly what you’re getting yourself into.
212 Café & Bar
Taking their name and inspiration from New York, 212 Café & Bar on Brewery Place is a vibrant and charming little hangout. The interiors are simply dripping with personality, and the modest drinks selection will tickle your tastebuds without breaking the bank. It may be a new player on the scene, but 212 already has some pretty loud bragging rights in the form of a hefty DJ set-up. Grab a cake and coffee or nestle in with a pint as an electric range of disco, funk, jazz and house music lays the backdrop of this must-visit venue.