The Beck and Call is a friendly pub that’s all about providing decent cask ales and some home cooked food in a super relaxed environment. This large and spacious pub is perfect for friends and families alike.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Take a look around
Six days of the week you’ll be able to grab a bite to eat from the main menu. And at the end of the week the Sunday menu rolls out the roasts.
Includes light bites; salads; sandwiches; burgers; grills; classic British dishes like fish & chips; and a kids menu to peruse.
All the Sunday roasts (including a kids size) hit the menu, choose from beef, pork or lamb and all the trimmings. Or the lighter alternative versions like the vegetarian haggis. And it wouldn’t be right to finish your Sunday dinner without a bit of classic pub pud.
There is a wide selection of quality hand pulled ales. And a collection of your usual suspects in spirits and wines.
Recently renovated inside and out with a warm classy colours and swanky upholstered seating. This pub is dog friendly with water bowls left by the front door. And it comes with a large heated beer garden that is adjoined by a dedicated play area for children – to make sure you can keep an eye on the little ones at all times!
At the weekend you can expect a few sets from local DJs bringing a relaxed ambiance to the night.
Where to Park
Beck and Call have a large onsite carpark available for customers, including 3 disabled parking spaces, and bicycle racks for those that take a greener form of travel.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
Leeds First Bus number 7 will get you from the city centre to the pub in 25-minutes – bare in mind that the final bit of the journey is a 5-minute walk. And typically a taxi journey will take you anything between 10-15 minutes.
The main bar and beer garden has step free access via a ramp to the right hand side of the car park. Yet, some sections of the bar area are only accessible via one or two steps so please call ahead to state this on your reservation. Accessible toilets are signposted and available in the main bar area to the left-hand.
What To Do Next
Make the half mile journey to the next best beer garden at the Mustard Pot in Chapel Allerton.