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Mumm’s the word: Mother’s Day at Malmaison

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Mum deserves more than a day, so it’s fitting that Malmaison has prepared a weekend of treats – all with a complimentary glass of Mumm Champagne for Mum. From £17.50, Malmaison’s twist on a classic Afternoon Tea includes a huge range of delicious food such as fruit scones, hot smoked salmon & crème fraîche wraps, chipotle chicken & avocado wraps, ...

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Lighting Up The Light

CELEBRATE DAY AND NIGHT AT THE LIGHT A day of celebrations, performances, music and more is planned to celebrate The Light’s new and exciting feature lighting installation on Saturday 4th March On Saturday 4th March, as part of a series of events scheduled to re-launch The Light into a new ‘Day and Night’ concept, offering accessible leisure no matter what ...

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3 Great Ways Students Can Earn a Little Extra While Studying

When you’re a student, money is always a big worry. Although you try hard to budget, even those doing well in their accounting modules will find it difficult to keep up with the party lifestyle, the weekly shop, the bills and the constant demands from landlords. So, here we’ve put together three ways of earning a little extra as a ...

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ENDED: Win 4 VIP Tickets, Food and Drink at Jump Inc Leeds!

Jump Inc Leeds – Leeds’ biggest and best trampoline park -are offering a VIP competition with Leeds City Magazine. Jump Inc has teamed up with Leeds City Magazine to give you the opportunity to win 4 VIP tickets, including Jump time, a selection of food and drink from the Jump Kitchen, safety socks, and your own private area to enjoy ...

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#DwellersThatLunch: Revolución De Cuba’s New Menu Review

As part of our next feature #DwellersThatLunch, we headed to Revolución De Cuba to test out their new menu.  If you’ve been down to Revolución De Cuba on Call Lane then you know all about the wonderful atmosphere and amazing food that transports you right into the heart of Cuba. It’s an authentic slice of South America in the centre of ...

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Revolución De Cuba: Leading the Way in Leeds

Leeds has seen some major investment in recent years and there’s plenty of areas that are buzzing at the moment. One of these is the area around Lower Briggate and Call Lane. It’s hard not to credit our favourite Cuban venue for this! Revolución De Cuba are leading the way in the Leeds food and drink scene with lots of ...

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Review: The Liquorist

City Dweller and socialite Hazel Latner heads down to Greek Street to try out The Liquorist’s Cocktail Masterclass. The Leeds cocktail scene is flourishing and if anything, we are spoilt with the new and exciting bars opening all the time. Greek Street in particular has had an uplift in recent years. It felt at one point that revelers were busy ...

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#DwellersThatLunch: Philpotts on St Paul’s Street Review

While we love a good sit down lunch in the city centre as much as anyone, we appreciate the need for a great eatery when you’re up against the clock. The city centre is full of great options for cafes and fast food venues, but very few do it as well as Philpotts on St Paul’s Street. Established in 1985 ...

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The History of the Merrion Centre

The Merrion Centre was the brainchild of Arnold Ziff OBE and officially opened in 1964 as the largest indoor shopping centre in the UK at the time. The centre opened with 97 shops, a multi-storey car park, a hotel and a ballroom. Later a 42-lane bowling alley, a garage and an Odeon Cinema were added. You can take a look ...

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The New Conservatory Review

Leeds City Dweller Magazine columnist Zach checks in to The New Conservatory for a relaxing evening out. He indulges in fine food and great music in one of Leeds’ best hidden gems. The Leeds bar and restaurant scene is always changing. However, The New Conservatory on Albion Place has been a constant in Leeds for a long time. Over the ...

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