Ensure that your hen or stag do is the best it can be.
Leeds is known for its rapid and brilliant transformation, and there isn’t a better transformation than from night to day. Leeds truly comes alive in the night-time and it may be beneficial to know some bars and clubs in the city before you go.
It’s the largest nightclub in Leeds, with events hosting DJs as well as acts on stage. Choose a VIP booth and a selection of drinks for a fabulous night. The 2 rooms play a variety of RnB and party anthems to keep your night going strong.
Revolution – Call Lane
As the perfect place to let your hair down, Revolution is not afraid to add cocktails and vodka into your night. You can also feast on sharing platters or have pizzas, burgers and desserts to themselves.
Dirty Martini – King Street
A stylish cocktail bar awaits you here in Leeds. Food is on until 11 so you can soak up all the alcohol. Dance the night away afterwards with late-night DJs and a whole host of tunes.
Neon Cactus – Call Lane
Get your tacos, quesadillas and burritos here because Neon Cactus is the master of Mexican cuisine. Get tipsy and then some, with the wide range of tequilas and cocktails, with one being the Zombero (3 types of tequila, passion fruit, house bitters and pineapple).
Popworld – Cookridge Street
Cheesy tunes and colourful drinks offset this brilliant club in Leeds. You can have all of the classic cocktails as well as beer, whisky and much more as you dance to a variety of pop music and DJs.
Fibre – Lower Briggate
This four floored nightclub has been a staple in Leeds nightlife for years. It’s ultimately split into two parts; The Lounge, with a drinking area, made up of sofas and a long bar, and The Penthouse which can be used for private hire and has a courtyard.
Club Mission – Heaton’s Court
Bright lights, cheap drinks and powerful tunes will have you stomping on the dance floor for hours. There are even guest appearances of new bands, acrobats and fire eaters. According to them; sleeping is cheating, so be prepared.
Revolucion De Cuba – Call Lane
With pure, up-beat Latin vibes, quirky ornaments and vibrant food, Revolucion De Cuba sticks to its roots. Rum is the main ingredient when it comes to the drinks here and they take pride in their mixology, with different cocktails.
Distrikt Bar – Duncan Street
As a bar, restaurant and nightclub all in one, you are truly spoilt for choice at Distrikt Bar. Opening from lunchtime all the way into the night, you can be served a selection of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern tapas, and wine, beer and cocktails from the bar.
Be at one – Boar Lane
With a host of cocktails, you can drink well into the night-time, this is perfect for a hen group. Cocktails include Cherry Chapstick and Dazed and Confused. Don’t worry, they host a variety of drinks so it’s a good choice for everyone.
And the best thing is 3 of these – PRYZM, Dirty Martini and Popworld – are included on our nightlife passes. You’ll receive free guestlist entry, queue jump and even some promotional offers.