A European style café/bar, exhibition space, record shop, hair salon & creative hangout tucked away on New York Street in Leeds…
We have an ever changing selection of craft beers, wines, cocktails, spirits, loose leaf teas, local coffee & bar snacks as well as the incredible Outlaws grilled cheese!
In the evenings we have the best local & international djs providing the sound track. Past Djs include Andrew Weatherall, Justin Robertson, A Man Called Adam, Tiago, Moonboots, Phil Mison, Tako & Abel, Jan Schulte, Vidal Benjamin, Ruf Dug, Alexis Le Tan, Tropical Jeremy & Nightmares on Wax.
We also host a wide range of events including Q&As, live music, book clubs, film nights, poetry readings & art exhibitions. Past guests include Irvine Welsh, Don Letts, Tim Burgess, Alan McGee, Pete Fowler, Grant Fleming, Mark Grist, Kris Needs, Greg Wilson & Ian Tilton.
With free wifi & plenty of plug sockets for freelancers & comfy space for meetings, plus a large selection of vintage board games, children’s books & lego to play with, we are also dog friendly so come down and spend a morning, afternoon or evening with us…
“this late-night DJ bar and event space is one of Leeds’ hippest hangouts, well-known for its discerning music policy, good food and craft beer.”
“a fantastic bar, trying and succeeding in doing things differently. During the day you can mooch about, get a haircut, enjoy a coffee, and by night they’ve all sorts of events going on… There’s racks of vintage 12 inch classics you can look through.”
Outlaws Yacht Club is “as random and quirky as its name suggests, with 1970s style mixing with left field music and an open plan layout.”
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We serve our legendary Outlaws grilled cheese, plus a super range of delicious bar snacks. We have plenty of cakes, loose leaf teas, coffees & fruit smoothies.
We are proud to serve super local micro roasted coffee by Maude & our own pale ale brewed by Brass Castle. The vast majority of our food is sourced from within Yorkshire businesses like The Leeds Bread Co-op .