Creative vibes and bags of entertainment spread across 3 floors with a roof terrace that’s up there as one of the best in the city.
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It’s burgers, pizza and street food takeovers at Belgrave!
Man handled pizza slinging is the order of the day with the Doughboys! Each pizza is served by the slice or as a whole pie. Combinations include: ‘salami of darkness’; ‘sausage fest’; ‘queen brie’; and ‘vegan quackhead.’
Patty Smiths Burgers
The slung low dirty burgers of Patty Smith got the attention of the Guardian’s Tony Naylor in 2014 as being the burger of the year, as recommended for Guardian readers. If you’re a liberal burger eater you’ll love combos like ‘the new colonel’; ‘vegan dirt’; ‘hot bastard’ and ‘leaf eater.’
And every second Saturday of the month from 11am onwards Belgrave host the ‘Belgrave Feast’ which sees an art market join forces with different pop-up street food vendors!
Belgrave have a wide range of premium craft beers and cask ales, as well as frozen cocktails that make the roof terrace even more alluring on a sunny day. And by day if you just fancy a tea or coffee then they’ve got you covered too!
Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen started life in 1934 as a three story children’s palace (or nursery) for the working families of Leeds. Now it’s a little more uniform with the chipboard walls. But none the less stimulating!
Within this fine establishment is the invitation and accommodation for smaller residencies to deliver food, drink and events. This kiosk setup increases the offer for those that love a variety. And the event curation by Super Friendz is a musical extension of this. Head over to the Belgrave website to keep an eye on the events listing, showcasing the latest artists and DJs performing 7-days a week.
And have we already mentioned?.. there’s a roof garden that’s rigged up with decent sound!
Where to Park
The nearest parking to Belgrave is paid at the Citi Park Merrion Centre.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
Belgrave is in the northern quarter district of Leeds city. The train station is a casual 10-minute stroll up King Street and Great George Street.
Leeds First Bus stops are dotted all along the Headrow just below the Canteen, and the main bus station is a half mile walk back into town.
Belgrave welcomes deaf and disabled people to it’s venue, because the space is accommodated to be as inclusive as possible. The Belgrave team recommend you ring in advance to share your needs and expectations prior to visiting.
There are 22 steps from the bottom floor to the performance (events) floor. There are 2 accessible toilets within the building, one of which is directly outside the performance space and the other one on the bottom bar and food floor.
The main entrance to access the bar and food area is 6 steps up with a step free access entrance to the side of the venue ready to be used on request.
Collection is available.
Note from Discover Leeds: Where possible we suggest contacting directly and/or collecting as third party delivery companies take a large cut.
What To Do Next
Head down the thoroughfare to Roxy Ball Room Merrion Street to continue your day or night with some booze and ball games.