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My Thirty Something Self Countdown to 40!

rachel mcalley

In 2015 I turn 40, so the blog title of ‘My Thirty Something Self’ is going to have to change, which I don’t know if I’m too pleased about. However in my infinite wisdom I have written a list of 40 things that I’d like to do, see or own before I turn 40 and I’ve given myself 12 months ...

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Bar 166 Celebrate their 10th Anniversary Tonight!

Bar 166 Anniversary

CHEERS TO HORSFORTH AS SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY ALE PUTS FIZZ INTO BAR BUSINESS’S ANNIVERSARY A celebration craft pilsner-style ale is being specially brewed for independent family business, Bar 166 & Bistro, which led to the creation of Jones Bar Group, so it can mark its 10th anniversary throughout this month and raise funds towards a local community initiative. Leeds-based Jones Bar ...

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City Dweller Magazine Comics Presents Angelica

City Dweller Magazine Comics Presents Angelica Asher Oliver here! I’m a self-taught 2D Flash Animator and keen Digital Marketer trying to make his mark, starting with Leeds! I’ve been animating for several years now starting from using Microsoft Paint but now I use Anime Studio Pro to create my cartoons. The love of my life! I do everything in my ...

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Malmaison Bar Review

Malmaison bar

Zach Williamson –  Leeds Model, Event Promoter and now City Dweller Contributer pulls up a seat at Malmaison’s sizeable bar for some cocktails and bubbly. Coming from Leeds and previously working in Hotels the Malmaison and its facilities have always been a boutique hotel industry front runner in our city. When I was asked to Review the Bar at the ...

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Hotel Chocolat: Bean to Bar Review

Hotel Chocolat Review

Some of the Leeds City Magazine Team try out the Hotel Chocolat’s ‘Bean to Bar’ experience and followed it up with a sumptuous meal. Don’t forget to enter our competition to dine at Hotel Chocolat. Here at Leeds City Magazine we’re always on the look-out for new and entertaining ways to spend weekends in the city centre, so having caught ...

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Distrikt Bar Review: A Sunday Roast

Claire Cumming, our delectable columnist and city party girl heads down to her favourite bar in Leeds, Distrikt. Sundays don’t get any better! Despite Leeds City Centre being full of Pubs, Bars and Restaurants, it is surprisingly lacking in places that put on a decent Sunday Roast. Well look no further, Distrikt have nailed the perfect Sunday dinner for the ...

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Christmas Parties with Leeds City Magazine

Christmas parties

We have Christmas covered here at Leeds City Magazine. Whether you’re after a quiet lunch or festive parties you won’t struggle to find somewhere to celebrate. With a huge range of celebrations and events going on all over the city throughout the festive period Leeds is definitely the place to be. We have a Christmas gift from Very, an offer ...

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Malmaison ‘Chat Eau Briand’

Rachel Flynn

Leeds City Magazine writer and socialite, Rachel Flynn discovers how affordable an evening at Malmaison Leeds is and has a memorable dining experience. I think it’s fair to say that Leeds as a city does fine dining rather well, and one place that has an exceptional reputation for such things is the Brassiere at Malmaison. Now it would be easy ...

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REVIEW: Brooklyn Bar & New York Burger Kitchen

Brooklyn Bar

City Dweller and socialite, Rachel Flynn catches up with a friend for a night out at another great Leeds bar – the Brooklyn Bar and New York Kitchen. There’s nothing like a catch up with a friend where great food, boozy drinks and a good old gossip is involved. With this in mind I took my mate down to Brooklyn ...

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REVIEW: LAB Experimental COCKTAIL Bar & Restaurant

LAB Leeds

Louise Fletcher and a friend rock up to LAB for a few drinks and a bite to eat to experience this Experimental Cocktail Bar and Restaurant. The back of the Merrion Centre has long been a bit of a no man’s land, its only real offering the MFA bowling alley. However, much like the rest of the city, this forgotten ...

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