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The Adelphi, Hunslet Road

A favourite Leeds pub, the Adelphi dates from c1897-98. It was launched as a Tetley Heritage pub by the Lord Mayor of Leeds in October of 1978, and was made a Grade II listed building by the Department of National Heritage in April 1994. The pub retains almost all of its original Victorian features – tiled floors and fireplaces, mahogany and etched glass doors and window, bar fittings etc. The last couple of years has seen it reinventing itself as a quirky waterfront meeting place, with each room having its own character. Although the original fixtures and fittings have been retained, each room has a different feel to it – the back room with its gloss black walls and vivid flowered wallpaper, the pool room (now minus pool table) has a seventies feel to it – which attracts old and young, manual and office workers, trendies and traditionalists.

The Adelphi, Hunslet Road
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