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  • Any recommendations for a decent steak and a pint of ale in Leeds?
  • Should be close to centre or short walk please. Doesn’t have to be a steak but colleague’s been talking about having a steak all day and now I bloody fancy one myself. 🙂

    Appreciate any suggestions. Cheers.

    russianbob
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    There’s a Gaucho’s on Park Row. Close to the centre. Supposedly very very good steaks. Not cheap though.

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    youve knocked off work a bit early havent you?

    Theres also a Gaucho down by the dark arches which is very good.

    russianbob
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    dazmansell74 is thinking of Fazenda. Again very good though.

    Budget’s not going to stretch to a Gaucho’s this evening I think. 😐

    Was thinking more pub to be honest.

    craigxxl
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    Fazenda at Granary Wharfe. Hope you’re hungry.

    IanW
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    Town Hall Tavern, Ribeye and a pint Guinness. Almost worth going back for.

    Oops double post.

    johndoh
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    Cattle Grid

    Premier Icon tomhoward
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    Blackhouse grill, not a pub, but fantastic steak!

    Me in Leeds would have to go to the Midnight Bell or if you dont fancy the walk then try the Brewery Taps. Thats if your looking for a good pint and good food not to pricey.

    Reds True Barbeque…opposite the Corn Exchange at the top of Call Lane.

    Thank me later…..you will not be disappointed.

    chojin
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    Sams steakhouse without a doubt

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    Judging by the recent news reports about Yorkshire Abattoirs you’ll be able to pick up a decent, locally sourced horse steak, no bother 😉

    River Plate down on the Calls is nice and so is Red True Barbeque.

    Gaucho is overpriced and lacks atmosphere in that kind of shallow, souless, look at me way expensive chains tend to be.

    patriotpro
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    McDonald’s then to Tapps for a pint.

    The Hop down by the hilton doubletree hotel. Excellent selection of beers and nice atmosphere.

    patriotpro
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    +1 The Hop – decent selection of draught bevvies and decent atmos whilst still being central.

    Then if you want to go a bit footballers wives for a drink after go to the sky bar at the top of the hilton doubletree hotel. Worth it for the views

    @ imnotamused & patriotpro, thanks for the recommendation for The Hop. Just finished pie&mash&peas + pint for a fiver! Bargain! Enjoying the Osset Brewery beers lots too.

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    If you walk back out into the main road and passed the Hilton you come across The Grove for a great pint or two. Then cross in front of Asda building to walk over to the Adelphi. Then it’s Mr Foleys or the North Bar if your heading back up town. Finish with a cocktail at Mojo’s if you’ve any room left 🙂

    Glad you’re enjoying it, sounds lovely. Can second Mugboo’s North Bar but it’s a 20 min walk from where you are.

    I have a day’s work ahead of me tomorrow Mugboo! 😀

    Ah, what the heck, eh? What’s the worst that could happen?

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    walk over to the Adelphi

    Great call, haven’t been there for years.

    Premier Icon Mugboo
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    I forgot about The Friends of Ham opposite Evans Cycles!

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    I think I need a night out. Anybody up for babysitting? 🙂

    craigxxl
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    Like Mr Foleys not sure about Adelphi though, it’s been going down hill for years.

    Premier Icon ton
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    craigxxl, nail on the head re the adelphi. dirty pub, sour beer and dirty glasses.

    top ale pubs in leeds now

    reliance, north street
    north bar, north street
    cross keys, water lane
    palace, east street/kirkgate
    calls landing. the calls
    leeds tap, new station street
    world of ham, new station street
    white swan, briggate
    ship, briggate
    whitelocks, briggate

    anyone fancy a trip, i am more than up for guiding you all round… 😀

    We came joint third in the pub quiz too. 🙂

    No prizes for third though. 🙁

    johndoh
    Member

    Is the New Penny still open?

    djglover
    Member

    What about Big Lils

    edlong
    Member

    reliance, north street

    This +1

    Big Lil’s closed some years ago

    We’re still in The Hop. 😐

    All getting a bit messy to be honest. I think I’m tasting my sixth different beer. I can safely say they’ve all been bloody lovely though. 😀

    craigxxl
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    Cross Keys is close by for a couple of pints of Leeds best. Just watch out for the canal if you’ve had a few.

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