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O'Neills, Leeds - pub details

Address: 26/30 Great George Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 3DL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9923) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Woodlesford (1.6 miles), Outwood (2.9 miles), Normanton (4.3 miles)

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I should also add, you do get a good view to look at the architecture of the town hall (albeit the back) and surrounding buildings and also it's good to people watch the hipster types and suits going to the courts and cafes
Wezzielad - 5 Mar 2018 16:55
Now a place called Shenanigans, I imagine it's a similar style as it was before. Seems like it's quite a historic building if you look up towards the ceiling, like an old theatre or something. It's quite a big room of a place with names of Irish towns and cities on the walls. There are other interesting things like bushmills mirrors. Does do two ales, Taylor's landlord and doombar. I didn't bother and had a Guinness at 3.80 a pint, they do also do Murphy's on draught which is a bit of a change. Barman was a pretty friendly north eastern lad as well. Music was a mix of Irish and modern stuff as well. Not a bad place and might be quite atmospheric on a busy night, which the barman said was the weekend.
Wezzielad - 5 Mar 2018 16:48
I went to O'Neills the other day on a thursday night with a group of guys on our football end of season nigh out. No real ale but Cafferys and plenty of stout instead. Good selection of Irish whisky which helped our drinking game enormously. A good pub. Does what it says on the tin. Upstairs never seems to be open, and its a right trek to the bogs. Not a world beater but solid enough.
PaulShaneTributeAct - 13 Jun 2008 13:10

Thursday, 15th March 2007.

This is ( at the moment, because Pubs do vary through time ) the Best Pub in Central Leeds.

All idiots saying otherwise have no Taste.

John Pub.

Pubtastee - 15 Mar 2007 10:41
I only went there because it was the only pub in Leeds that didn't have a door policy.
Notasaffa - 9 Mar 2006 00:50

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