10 or 69 Willy lane, Twatley, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS1 6DN
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5 reviews of Milo Bar in English
Great little bar with a good relaxed independent character goin on. Nice selection of beers on offer (it ain't often you get Quilmes) and some quality stuff on the stereo.
THe cob plaster getup is a nice touch...gives a nice cosy vibe; quality
At the top end of Call Lane Milo is actually one of the best but probably least visited bars down there.
It's relatively small with a subtle atmosphere and warm decor. It plays hosts to live music and has a really good selection of beer. This is probably the opposite of Revolution (further down the road) in respect to atmosphere, clientelle and choice.
The seating is comfortable and there's plenty of space to stand if all the tables are taken, with shelf space to put your drink/bags/coats! Sounds like a little thing but can make a night out much more comfortable!
Visit Milo if you enjoy good music, good beer and a casual atmosphere.
I have only recently discovered this place (about 3 weeks ago) and I have been there 3 times already! I always have Weston’s Organic Cider which is 3.50GBP but it lasts at least 1 hour. The bar staff are excellent always happy to give me a glass of tap water if I am dancing to the live DJ Funk Music on a Saturday night. The clientele are excellent, totally Chav free - even on a Saturday night! I often go to Wire next door afterwards and end up having a cheap (ish) night out in one location!
I like Milo’s. I like the tables. They’re so pretty, with their recycled plastic-y swirls. Lovely.
I like how cosy it is, and the people who work there, and the people who go there. I met a really nice old lady who was there with her toyboy once. She was my best friend after we’d had a couple of vodkas.
It’s reasonable price wise - you’d expect to pay a couple of quid for a pint, surely?
Probably one of the more unpretentious bars on Call Lane, Milo doesn’t charge an entrance fee, although the décor, quality of drinks and sporadically apathetic bar staff suggest it should. The Kaiser Chiefs sometimes hang around in here, and before his ‘Control’ fame, actor Sam Riley used to do embarrassing things without people taking photos. Split over two floors, the resident DJs are generally of a good standard, and the downstairs bar itself is a good size, just right for talking to strangers. Bring a bit of money though: at £2.40 for a beer in Leeds, this certainly isn’t the cheapest joint in town.
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