The Hop, Leeds
The second Hop venue to hit Yorkshire is housed in the famous Dark Arches beneath the tracks of Leeds City Railway Station. It is a traditional Real Ale House with an intimate atmosphere for live music and contemporary oh-so-cool décor, favoring the 'unplugged' feel that comes from close contact between artists and members of the public.
Spilling across 2 tunnels, The Hop serves a host of award winning real ales and cider across 10 hand-pulls, thirst quenching continental lagers, only the best quality and finest tasting award winning pies around, AND free live music throughout the week.
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Monday-Sunday, open from 12 noon-12 midnight.
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The Dark Arches
Dark Neville Street
The Hop concept began in late 2008 as an amalgamation between Jamie Lawson director of Ossett Brewery, Mike Heaton drummer from Yorkshire Indie band Embrace and ex-Virgin Japan MD Mike Inman. With over 13 years brewing experience and over 35 years knowledge of the music industry, The Hop concept was born. The Hop Wakefield opened in 2009, and The Hop Leeds in 2010.