Dining in Style at Harvey Nicks

It may not have been the first place that sprang to mind when thinking of potential Christmas dinner locations, Harvey Nichols (Leeds’ very own, no less) is putting on an impressive festive show this year. We head there on an unusually mild November evening, trying to distract ourselves from the reasons for this by focusing […]

In Conversation With Jake Fox, Co-Founder of Paperound

The world of work is changing. People are earning money from increasingly diverse income sources, embarking on more varied careers and learning skills our parents’ generation had no need for. In this fast-evolving world, aspiring workers and growing businesses alike need solutions that work for them. While big-name grad schemes and long-term placements are viable […]

Leafy Suburban Dining at its Best: Chophaus, Oakwood

Promising a feast for all the senses, modern steakhouse Chophaus opened its doors in the Leeds suburb of Oakwood in 2019. There’s been a lot to contend with since then – it goes without saying – but as summer stretches on and restrictions finally ease, the restaurant is showing signs of an epic comeback. Earlier […]

Words with resonance at Leeds Poetry Fest

Leeds Poetry Festival returned to the City this year, bringing with it an incredible line-up of poetry and spoken word from 19th to 25th July. Leeds Living had the good fortune to attend. Making its home in Cardigan Road’s atmospheric Left Bank, the 2021 festival featured a wide range of word-based delights – from workshops […]