As businesses across the country re-open their outdoor seating areas, we’ve put together a list of local favourites that are top of our list to visit post-lockdown…
This beloved family-run restaurant and cocktail bar have kept busy during lockdown with home deliveries and completing their renovation to double indoor and outdoor space! With their delicious new dinner menu full of fresh, local produce and atmospheric outdoor seating, it’s no surprise that bookings are filling up quickly.
It’s finally the day, can’t wait to see you all!!!
Open to eat in our outdoor seating area from 5pm today. Walk-in only so come down early to grab a table 🥰
Following the huge success with home delivery last year, Jino’s has relocated to a larger premises on North Lane. Not only will customers have more outdoor seating, the kitchen is five times bigger!
Jino’s keep their menu simple and fresh to reflect the best of authentic Thai cuisine. The range of appetisers, curries, noodles, rice dishes and street food will leave you spoiled for choice. However, Jino’s real gem is the friendly and relaxed atmosphere, making it a great place to enjoy the sunshine as lockdown eases.
Zaap are bringing the streets of Bangkok to Headingley! Due to a shift in demand for a more casual and laid back dining experience, this establishment recently shut their doors as ‘Sukhothai’ and re-opened on 12th April as the hugely popular ‘Zaap’.
There is plenty of outdoor seating available on a first come first served basis, and customers can even hop on board a tuk tuk to enjoy their meal in the beautiful Headingley sunshine.
The excitement and nerves are very real now!
Few changes but same old feel.
We are opening Monday 12th, 10am coffee and…
This independent bar opened their doors in 2019 and have been welcomed by Meanwood with open arms. They serve a range of delicious locally baked cakes from 10am or visit after 11am for something a bit stronger! With Meanwood Park just a few minutes away, it’s the perfect pit-stop while out walking the dog or having a family day.
It’s Saturday, it’s sunny and we’ve got stuffed cookies for ya face!!
#jammiedodgers or triple chocolate. You choose!…
Fika has been fuelling the Headingley throughout lockdown with their mouth-watering array of fresh pastries and drinks. And now, much to the pleasure of Burley residents, Fika has opened their new shop, Little Fika North, on Burley Road. The Burley shop is shared with Harpo’s Pizza to offer coffee by day and pizza by night.
Fika is absolutely on our list of places to visit post-lockdown and we highly recommend adding it to yours too!
Now that our doors are open again we’ve got some lovely outdoor plants in for you to brighten up your gardens with! 🌱
Whether you’re wishing someone a happy birthday, celebrating a wedding anniversary, want pass on well wishes or you’re looking to brighten up your home and garden, Floral Expression has got you covered. They received fresh deliveries from Holland every day and deliver to all Leeds postcodes, making it easy for you to put a smile on a loved one’s face – or your own!
Thanks so much for all the support today in Chapel Allerton and Headingley it was so lovely to see you. We are so happy…
Katie and May focus on quality items for every budget, with brands including Vera Moda, Soaked in Luxury and Grace and Mila. Throughout Lockdown the shop has been working hard to deliver online orders and regularly sharing photos of incoming stock for their followers.
Now fashion retailers are re-opening, Katie and May’s stores in Headingley and Chapel Allerton are sure to offer some of the best quality and most unique clothes in Leeds.
🚀 We have lift off!! 🚀
Headingley Farmers Market returns Saturday 10th April!! 🥳👨🏼🌾
PLENTY of detail will follow, for…
There’s nothing quite like walking through the stalls of a local farmers market, with tasty fresh produce, live music and friendly faces – all while supporting local businesses. Is there a better way to spend a slow Saturday morning? We don’t think so!
The next Headingley Farmers market is taking place on Saturday 8th May from 9am – 12:30pm. There will be a one way system and market goers are required to wear masks, unless medically exempt.
Note: we understand that not everyone can visit non-essential businesses and we only encourage you to do so at your own pace, when you feel comfortable and able.