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Chemic Tavern has got to be the coziest and quietest pub in this area of the city. The Chemic Tavern is a proper pub which regularly hosts live music and it's a pleasant place to come for a pint. It's always full, with a mixture of locals and students, a combination which seems to work well. The small front room has an open fire, which adds to the cozy vibe in the winter.
The Library may not provide you with any intellectual stimulation, but it does offer some very satisfying beer, live music, cheap food, as well as a friendly atmosphere that immediately puts you at ease. You can even meet new people here, chat with the staff, or just sit back and enjoy a quiet drink on your own. The bar also has a small stage and seating area upstairs that poses as a venue for many artist performances that always manage to receive wild audience cheers. This place is also a popular student hang-out, and by the way things seem, it's definitely one library they love visiting.
Whether you're in London or Leeds, it's almost guaranteed that there'll be a Yates's Wine Lodge nearby. Like all the other branches, the Leeds outlets are very welcoming and decorated using lots of brass and wood. It's always busy, especially at lunchtime when the office-goers set pour in to take advantage of the pub's good value, good quality food which features traditional favorites like scampi and chips. This place is always a safe bet.
Although it's a pretty average drinking and lounging pub, there is plenty of entertainment to attract the visitor to the big and comfy Royal Park. There are quiz nights on some of the days of the week and a pool table. There's a no smoking room and an outdoor area for the summer. An extra bonus is the fantastic selection of meal deals including vegetarian bake, lasagna and burgers - all with chips. On Sunday, there is a particularly good breakfast.
Located on Boar Lane, Tapped Leeds is a spacious brewpub set in one of the busiest shopping centers in the city. Humming with activity, the place has a lively atmosphere which allows guests to chat and enjoy their drinks at leisure. The real star of the place is the massive collection of craft beers, sourced from all over the world. Served from kegs and casks, the variety evokes the convivial feeling of a beer festival. The food menu focuses on the humble pie, with a traditional stone oven baking artisan pizzas.
Excellently located for rail travelers, The Scarborough is a real blast from the past. Although it has been updated in recent years, The Scarborough still retains its old-fashioned charm and boasts good service and a good atmosphere from its friendly regulars and guests alike. Food is served daily from midday until 5p. Main dishes include steak pie and lasagne, daily specials, such as pies, are also available.
Situated on the outskirts of the trendy Exchange Quarter, the Adelphi is traditional to a tee. It's a wonderful, big old building but its location and exterior belies what you'll find inside. The Adelphi is very quiet during the week and has a subdued atmosphere, though there are pool tables you can distract yourself with. At the weekend, it's a much more vibrant place, filled with an older crowd and playing host to live music and DJs. There are various other events like comedy and so on. Visit the website for more details.