A Little Guide to Leeds
We've just opened the third in our series of regional pop-ups, this time on King Edward Street in Leeds. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a mini guide to our favourite spots in the Victoria Quarter.
Taking you from your
morning coffee to late-night cocktails, with a bit of retail therapy in between,
each of our suggestions are in walking distance of
the hush pop-up...
Just round the corner from
Leeds train station, it's the ideal pitstop for your first caffeine fix of the day.
First and foremost an espresso bar, with no fuss or gimmicks, the minimalist interior lets the quality roasts take centre stage.
Filled to the brim with an enticing
selection of design, photography and fashion titles, it's a bibliophile’s paradise. You can spend hours leafing through beautiful books and independent zines.
Tuck into speciality sandwiches and artisan
cheeseboards made with ingredients from local suppliers. Fresh, filling and - of course - totally delicious.
Whether you're shopping for yourself or looking
to treat someone you love, head here for a carefully curated collection of locally made homeware, apparel and accessories which will fulfil all your gifting needs.
Located in an old
warehouse, and transformed into a light and airy space, Shears Yard offers an exciting menu that evolves with each of the seasons. You'll find a laid-back
atmosphere perfect for catching up with friends and family.
Decked out with mismatched furniture and quirky works of art, it's the bar of choice for music lovers and beer connoisseurs alike, with an ever-changing menu on tap and regular live gigs.
On the corner of Swinegate and The Calls, Malmaison Leeds houses an atmospheric bar, bustling brasserie and super-slinky suites - everything you need after a day exploring the city.
If you’re in the area, make sure to visit our pop-up shop - read more here!