119 Westgate Hill Street, Drighlington, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 0SF
A traditional family bar and restaurant- click here to book a table
5 reviews of The Angel Inn in English
A great little pub in the centre of Leeds if you want to escape the pretentious, posh bars that empty your wallet in 10 minutes flat!
Good, honest atmosphere with cheap ale (Alpine lager if you're not bothered what you're drinking - £1.40/pint or something).
Beware it doesn't have the most rockin' of atmospheres, with an eldery clientelle and no music, but definitely worth a stop off on a night out.
Hidden away in the centre of Leeds lie several little back alleys linking Briggate with Lands Lane. Venture down the one to the left of Fat Face on Briggate and you’ll arrive at The Angel – an old-style Samuel Smiths pub, with old-style prices too. Wooden panels, proper ale and a hearty helping of old men with their pints make this pub one of a dying breed, but it’s a breath of fresh air when you take into account the amount of poncy bars in the centre of Leeds. There’s an outside seating area in a wider part of the alley, an upstairs bit with a second bar, and a traditional pub menu. You’ll probably stumble upon it by happy accident looking for something else, but you could definitely do much worse…
If you can get over the smell of wet dog in the actual bar area, or opt for a different room to drink in (preferably outside), you’ll grow to love the Angel Inn. It’s at its best on a summer’s afternoon, when the bottles of organic cherry beer are a-flowing. You can save tigers with that sh*t, you know.
A strange mix of patrons, from emos to studeys to proper beardy grownups to toothless wonders from Hunslet.
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