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 winter root vegetable hot pot or homemade beef in ale pie. Beers from local microbreweries are featured, and the prices are friendly.

British Historical Intimate Lunch Dinner Dessert 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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