The Lawnswood Arms is a Greene King pub that’s famous for the ‘big plate special’ and a range of drinks too. This is part of the pubs weekly deals alongside a fixture of entertainment. Whether you’re with your partner, out with the children, or on your ones for a quick pint – The Lawnswood Arms is a relaxing and easy going option any day of the week!
There are gluten free, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
The food at the Lawnswood Arms is reasonably priced and bursting with flavour. Depending on what peaks your interest get yourself down there for a spot of breakfast; a curry; a pie or steak; or a sweet desert. Of which on a ‘big plate special’ day a select number of these meals are super sized for as little as £6. And for the little people there’s a pick and mix kids menu.
As it’s a Greene King brewery we’re confident you won’t be short on a good pint of lager or real ale. If the grain doesn’t take your fancy then the grape might. You can choose from a selection of red wines that are rich and smooth or big and bold on the palette. Or a range of white wines and spritzers that are crisp and refreshing!
The Lawnswood Arms was recently refurbished in 2016. Included in the developments was a Wacky Warehouse indoor play area that can host the little ones for hours of fun. But, the entertainment doesn’t stop with the kids, on any one day you can enjoy a quiz and raffle; move to some music; or watch some live sport on the big screen – just check with the pub before heading down. And if the weathers decent you’ve got the beer garden to bask in.
Where to Park
The Lawnswood Arms has a huge private customer car park.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
First Bus Leeds number 8 and the Metro X84 will take you from the city centre to a stop very close to the Lawnswood Arms on Otley Road. And a taxi from Leeds city will get you to the Lawnswood Arms in 15-minutes.
The pub has disabled friendly facilities including bar access and toilets.
What To Do Next
Once you’ve had some food why don’t you take a short drive – down Otley Road and Spen Lane – towards the Abbey. In 10-minutes you could be walking off that food belly around the beautiful ruins of Kirkstall Abbey.