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Three Legs

Address: The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6LR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20288) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Leeds (0.5 miles), Burley Park (1.9 miles), Headingley (2.6 miles)

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This is the kind if pub that you may walk past in Leeds city centre and you walk past and are a bit startled as it seems a bit random when compared to other bars and pubs in the centre of Leeds. The pub itself is quite a big room with a J shaped bar and a few seating areas. Around the pub itself included a few Irish themed things, including a Guinness themed mirror. But this isn't an Irish pub by any means. On the bar there was no ales so I went for a pint of John Smiths at 2.20. I certainly got an interesting experience when I was in here, the barmaid was drunk, and not in a tipsy way, she was properly slurring her words and had to ask me again what I wanted, she even asked a regular to stop the pump to let the beer settle, quite interesting indeed. The actually clientele seemed quite tame, mostly older people and small groups of people enjoying a drink and keeping to themselves. Seemed to be a few worse for wear patrons, with a couple lads chanting 'Marching on Together' (when it came on the tannoy). Certainly not an intimidating place, could be worth a pop in to have a well priced drink and to have an interesting experience like I had.
Wezzielad - 22 Feb 2017 11:00
Loved this pub 30 years ago. Still do. Life in 3-D and surround sound.
Malcoholist - 23 Nov 2010 16:36
town centre pub alkys in afternoon rough at night shameless but beer ok buy just about anything in here
paulsb - 15 Sep 2009 21:40
One to avoid!!
bigdog123 - 27 Apr 2009 12:54
Wow! An experience. I've often walked past the place thinking it looked a bit of a dive, and I ended up in here on Saturday night last because it was one of the few places showing the rugby and the football. I wanted to watch the fooball, but most places were just showing the crucial Wales v Ireland Six Nations game. I had also seen the place mentioned in a book you may be able to find called the Rough Pub Guide which is guide to pubs that are rough, rather than a guide that is rough to pubs. This hadn't enticed me to try this particular hostelry, it has to be said, though needs must when the Devil puts football on Setanta at the same time as important rugby fixtures
Rough is one description for it, though Idid find it actually quite friendly. I spoke to more strangers here than I have at probably any other pub ever. Admittedly, most of them I couldn't understand a word of (mainly due to the long and short-term effects of alcohol), but it is not short of characters (note that's plural, not singular. The pub itself is quite characterless). There were the middle-aged women in short skirts with corned beef legs, the elderly gentleman type in a porkpie hat, the sallow, wrinkled and seemingly moribund regular drinkers, there was the person who tried to get in but was barred. Not forgetting the intermittent waft of cannabis through the window. Oh, and there was the chap who said he had not been to Leeds for five years and seemed altogether too happy to be in the pub, as if he had not had the opportunity to go in a pub or indeed any public place for a stretch of a few years. We even had an impromptu sing-song of Neil Diamond and Gene Pitney songs.
The Guinness was passable, and the only thing I'd touch, not being a fan of gassy lager or smoothflow bitter. This is defintely a beer drinkers' rather than a beer lovers' pub. It's not a place I'm likely to go back to
Woodie09 - 23 Mar 2009 10:55

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