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Fox & Newt, Leeds - pub details

Address: 9 Burley Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS3 1LD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10580) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Leeds (0.7 miles), Burley Park (1.3 miles), Headingley (2 miles)

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A pub which is a couple minutes walk from the leeds city college, three seems to be some student accom nearby here so I'm assuming that's who they're aiming at. When I was in it was mostly local people having a coffee or beer but I'm sure on a Friday night it's more studenty. When I entered there were 6 handpull, 4 occupied, by Burley Street Brickyard, Burley Street Laguna Seca, Ridgeside Black Night and Wilde Child Euamokot (or something like that). I went for the Brickyard at 2.50 a pint, was okay and well kept byt i wouldnt have it again. Not a bad pub and it's interesting to see the beer clips on the walls and old alcohol posters for moretti, music was a bit loud to say it wasnt busy. It's got a bit if character to it but not sure I would rush Back, especially saying that it's about 15 minute walk from Leeds station.
Wezzielad - 6 Mar 2018 12:23
A short walk up a steep hill from my Leed's hotel the Fox & Newt was a pleasant surprise. Very quiet on a mid week mid afternoon visit; the only other customer & bar person seemed pleased to have a fresh face to talk too. A micro brewing hipster place, not that there is anything wrong with that. I had a pint of English Whippet, at 3.65 the dearest pint I had in Leeds. Not bad though & the chat was good.
Queenslander - 5 Sep 2015 22:57
Great on the price but the quality of their own beers wasn't up to standard. Although we didn't eat food looked great. Also sells beers from other local breweries.
Steamer1 - 6 Apr 2015 19:00
Good little brewpub with an "alehouse" feel to it. I quite liked their Brickyard Bitter but didn't try their other beers. The menu looked interesting with many South African dishes (Crocodile/Kudu etc) Popular with students from the college across the road but not far from the city centre to walk to for a pint or two.
mcroyal - 13 Mar 2014 12:24
Rather a student atmosphere but pleasant. Burley Street Brewery beers were good and well priced. Worth another visit sometime.
foamy - 13 Jan 2011 19:08

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