Fodor's Expert Review Whitelocks Ale House

$ Leeds British

Claiming to date to 1715, this narrow, atmospheric bar in a quiet alley off bustling Briggate retains 19th- and 20th-century features, like beveled mirrors, copper-topped tables, art nouveau stained glass, and mosaic tiles. It serves superior pub food with an emphasis on the local and seasonal, like a warm butternut squash salad or homemade beef in ale pie. Beers from local microbreweries are featured, and the prices are friendly.

British Historical Intimate Lunch Dinner Quick Bite $

Quick Facts

6–8 Turks Head Yard
Leeds, Leeds  LS1 6HB, England

0113-245–3950

www.whitelocksleeds.com

Known For:
  • Generous portions of classic pub food
  • Lots of locals
  • Beers from nearby microbreweries

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