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Sheaf St. and Itza Pizza

Sheaf St, Leeds LS10, UK

Sheaf Street is a great bar, good tunes good beer and even better people. You'll find me grooving at their fancy dress Midnight events religiously. Bonus points because from Thursday to Saturday nights it also houses food from Itza. The Itza pizzas are the best in the city and I'm willing to fight anyone who disagrees, and they also just released a new vegan lasagne that provides me with a will to live.

In Good Company

Leeds, UK

Laura Wellington and the team at In Good Company Leeds have been brightening up this beautiful city with unbelievably well thought out street art. My favourite is the barge in the canal at 46 the calls. IGC brought in artists Benjamin Craven and Jenny Beard to paint the barge and now our eyes get to reap the rewards of that beautiful beast.

Hyde Park Picture House

73 Brudenell Rd, Leeds LS6 1JD, UK

The Hyde Park Picture House is Leeds MVP as far as I am concerned. It's beautiful inside and out like any great lover. They always have the best art-house films; they are getting a big refurbishment next year so I am going constantly whilst I can.

Brudenell Social Club

33 Queen's Rd, Leeds LS6 1NY, UK

The Brudenell was the first bar I went to when I got to Leeds, I pretty much dropped my bags and went straight for a pint here. It’s the perfect mix of old school punks and eclectic 20 somethings. Plus you’ll always find good gigs here.

Senbon Sakura

71 Great George St, Leeds LS1 3BR, UK

Senbon Sakura is great Japanese food at an outrageously reasonable price. You’ll find me here at least once a week. I wouldn’t be surprised if my body was at least 20% made up of their vegan bento box.

You beautiful northern folk!

Leeds, UK

When I first moved to Leeds it was just for a 6-month exchange for University, I planned on moving to London immediately after. Little did I know the bloody northerners would lure me into staying. The community in the creative industry here has been so important for me in my first year of running my business. I feel in love with everyone straight away and immediately cancelled my move, and sometimes if I look at northerner too long my eyes hurt like I’ve been looking at the sun.

Sheaf St. and Itza Pizza

Sheaf Street is a great bar, good tunes good beer and even better people. You'll find me grooving at their fancy dress Midnight events religiously. Bonus points because from Thursday to Saturday nights it also houses food from Itza. The Itza pizzas are the best in the city and I'm willing to fight anyone who disagrees, and they also just released a new vegan lasagne that provides me with a will to live.

Address: 3 Sheaf St, Leeds LS10 1HD
In Good Company

Laura Wellington and the team at In Good Company Leeds have been brightening up this beautiful city with unbelievably well thought out street art. My favourite is the barge in the canal at 46 the calls. IGC brought in artists Benjamin Craven and Jenny Beard to paint the barge and now our eyes get to reap the rewards of that beautiful beast.

Hyde Park Picture House

The Hyde Park Picture House is Leeds MVP as far as I am concerned. It's beautiful inside and out like any great lover. They always have the best art-house films; they are getting a big refurbishment next year so I am going constantly whilst I can.

Address: 73 Brudenell Rd, Leeds LS6 1JD
Brudenell Social Club

The Brudenell was the first bar I went to when I got to Leeds, I pretty much dropped my bags and went straight for a pint here. It’s the perfect mix of old school punks and eclectic 20 somethings. Plus you’ll always find good gigs here.

Address: 33 Queen's Rd, Leeds LS6 1NY
Senbon Sakura Senbon Sakura Facebook

Senbon Sakura is great Japanese food at an outrageously reasonable price. You’ll find me here at least once a week. I wouldn’t be surprised if my body was at least 20% made up of their vegan bento box.

Address: 71 Great George St, Leeds LS1 3BR
You beautiful northern folk!

When I first moved to Leeds it was just for a 6-month exchange for University, I planned on moving to London immediately after. Little did I know the bloody northerners would lure me into staying. The community in the creative industry here has been so important for me in my first year of running my business. I feel in love with everyone straight away and immediately cancelled my move, and sometimes if I look at northerner too long my eyes hurt like I’ve been looking at the sun.

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