The converted Thirteen Bells public house of a forgotten past is now resurrected, bringing with it the old world charm of exposed brick walls, wooden flooring and large open windows blending in beautifully with a spacious courtyard beer garden with scenic views of the Leeds Minster, making the Lamb and flag the place to go this summer.
The highlight of this brand new restaurant and pub is that it consists of so many nooks and spaces that are ideal for your private party or event. While the downstairs bar remains open at all times for the public, on the first floor is a second bar which could easily convert into your own personal space with the added advantage of an open balcony. The beer garden at the back of the premises overlooking the Leeds Minster is ideal for a BBQ or just to catch some sun as you sip a cold pint or two. That’s not all: the premise has yet another space tucked away at the back of the ground floor, which could conveniently work as a private dining room to enjoy a buffet with your family and friends or a boardroom for your business meeting over lunch.
The sixth and largest pub Leeds Brewery has opened in the region so far, the Lamb and Flag brings together the best of all their other properties, including talented staff, best chefs and not to mention the delicious food cooked fresh on site with locally sourced ingredients. The pub operates around a core menu of some of the most popular pub favourites that changes seasonally. This includes specials boards that also change on a monthly basis. The Lamb and Flag offers the full range of Leeds Brewery beers behind the bar, complemented by an extensive range of draught lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks.
A large part of Leeds Brewery is about supporting local people and causes and promoting anything that highlights the region. Staying true to this, the Lamb and Flag has also teamed up with the Gallery at Munro House to showcase the work of some of their talented artists, offering some of the up and coming local artists an opportunity and space to display their work of art.
Sam Moss, director of Leeds Brewery, said:
The Lamb and Flag will be like our other pubs. Beer will be central to the drinks menu but there should be something for everyone with a great wine menu, spirit selection and soft drinks range. The venue itself is in a great location and we are ensuring the Lamb and Flag reflects the history of the area with its décor.
Airy and inviting the Lamb and Flag is a breath of fresh air if you’re looking for a fresh spot to unwind and relax this summer. So why wait?
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