A family friendly local pub with a cracking outdoor play area and a beer garden. Gastro quality pub food is served all day long for all its guests.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
The Myrtle Tavern are serving up pub food at gastro quality. Choose from meat, fish and veggie options all week with a Sunday roast menu thrown in on the rest day. And if you feel adventurous tuck into their tapas dishes, there’s some unusual bites on this part of the menu.
The Myrtle Tavern have a great range of refreshing beers and gins that are all ideal for a hot summers day. Or you can wind down indoors with one of their cask ales.
Way back the Myrtle Tavern was one amongst 20 other cottages, with adjoining wash rooms and coal houses and even a butchers. It was essentially a community for workers toiling away in the local mills in what we now call Meanwood Valley.
Since Scott and his team took over the below par Myrtle Tavern in 2011 the pub has gone from strength to strength. With lots of socials and events this pub is now firmly back at the heart of the local community. Join them for the weekly rock and roll bingo or music/general knowledge quiz. Or head outdoors to the secret garden marquee and big screen tv.
Where to Park
On-site parking is available for customers.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
The easiest way to get to the Myrtle Tavern is by a taxi with an average one way journey clocking around 15-minutes from the city centre.
If you take a bus you’ll be catching at least 2 buses and you’ll finish the final leg of a journey with a 20-minute walk. We’ll leave you to make up your mind on this one.
The Myrtle Tavern is wheelchair accessible.
What To Do Next
At the Myrtle Tavern you’re on the edge of Meanwood Park. Finish your afternoon or early evening with a walk around this green space within the Meanwood Valley.