Eat North returns on Saturday 20th April!
Every summer we pair up with the team behind Leeds’ favourite food festival, Leeds Indie Food, to bring street food, craft beer, and DJs to the brewery. Eat North takes place every Saturday from 12pm – late and sees a rotating line up of street food traders transforming the brewery into a mini festival.
We pour 10 taps of brewery fresh beer, alongside soft drinks, gin and tonics, and a dedicated Aperol Spritz tap. We also invite down local heroes, Rabbit Hole Travelling Coffee Shop, for flat whites and espresso martinis.
Eat North entered the scene in 2017, as the first weekly street food event that Leeds city centre had ever hosted. In 2018 we hosted over 85 different street food traders, 15000 visitors, and drank a LOT of beers!
WHAT GOES ON APART FROM THE FOOD?
Aside from the wonderfully stocked bar crammed with awesome craft beer, aperol, and gin you mean? We’ll have DJs and music on every week playing tunes that make you do a little involuntary shuffle on the spot, plus some fun bar games so you can test your skills against your friends.
We love kids and dogs, and the brewery is a fun, inclusive space where everyone is welcome so bring the family! We have fresh fruit, sun cream and shaded areas for the kids, and a baby changing station in the ladies’ toilet.
WHAT ABOUT VEGGIES AND VEGANS?
Every week the majority of the traders will have proper veggie and vegan food on offer alongside the more carnivorous stuff – proper choice, not just a token bean burger. We will always have vegan beer on the taps too!
What’s more, once a month we run a totally meat-free event – Veg North (see what we did there?) – with some of the hottest veggie and vegan traders around! Our traders are pretty cool cats too, so if you have any other dietary requirements they’ll do their best to adapt dishes to suit. No-one should miss out on Eat North!
ARE YOU DOG FRIENDLY?
WHERE ARE YOU?
You’ll find us at the Brewery Tap, just north of the city centre. You can stick the postcode LS7 1AH in the satnav, or head to Taverners Walk Industrial Estate on Sheepscar Grove. There’s plenty of on street parking nearby. On foot, the brewery is about ten minutes from the top of Briggate. Head up North Street past The Reliance and then past The Brunswick. About five minutes later, you’ll see our sign! From the train or bus station you can get a cab for less than a fiver, or jump on a bus. The number 2, 3, 7, 12, 13 and 48 all stop just past the taproom.
The whole venue, including toilets, is flat with no steps, and at ground level. The nearest blue badge parking is at Trafalgar Street, five minutes up the road, though this isn’t hugely convenient. There should be plenty of available on street parking near the venue. The ladies toilet in the brewery tap is also an accessible toilet, and can be used by anyone. The indoor space can be a fairly noisy environment, and light levels are pretty low after dark both indoor and out.
If you have any specific accessibility questions or requirements drop us an email on email@example.com and we’ll do your best to help.
WANT FREE BEER?
The Patrons initiative offers annual membership to the indie insiders’ club. Indie food is for life, not just for Christmas, and we want to increase the amount of people who can get involved, and shouting about fab food, all year round. Welcome to Leeds Indie Food Patrons – a club which runs January to December, but you can join anytime.
As part of the Patrons scheme you get 8 free beers a year at Eat North! You will get a card delivered, which will get stamped each time you visit Eat North.
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