Jones Bar Group are Thriving in Leeds!

Back in 2004, the Jones Bar Group opened Bar 166. A lovely bar in Horsforth, Leeds that serves a superb range of food and drink and serves all types of people. Whether it’s students looking for a quick drink before their big night out, or a family after a Sunday Roast, you’ll find them at Bar 166.

11 years later, with a range of quirky bars and restaurants that appeal to a variety of people, Jones Bar Group have started to leave their unmistakable mark on the city of Leeds.

Their website states “we went into business in December 2004 with a goal to design, build and operate bars and restaurants that we would frequent in the hope that others would enjoy our taste and offering” and that’s exactly what they’ve done.

The Leeds City Magazine team have picked out some of our favourite bars of theirs for you to check out:

Bar 166
Horsforth

Bar 166

Bar 166

Where it all started; the bar has been open for over ten years and it’s still providing the residents of Horsforth with superb food and a fantastic drinks menu! Their British food also features a great mix of timeless classics and unique dishes that all use the best local Yorkshire produce.

So if you’re after a few cheeky after work drinks, or a great lunch at an affordable price then Bar 166 is a must-visit.

Roxy Ball Room
Leeds City Centre

Roxy Ball Room

Roxy Ball Room

Ping Pong! Beer Pong! Mini Golf! Exactly the sort of thing you’d expect from a traditional bar in Leeds City Centre, right?

Obviously, Roxy Ball Room is not your traditional bar. It’s leading the way for alternate nights out in Leeds, providing you with fantastic drinks and top entertainment at the same time. So what are you waiting for? Get planning your next night out at Roxy Ball Room now!

Roxy Lanes
Leeds City Centre

Roxy Lanes

Roxy Lanes

Like its sister, Roxy Ball Room did with ping-pong, it’s brought bowling to adults and more importantly, to nights out. Situated in the centre of Leeds, above Tesco on Bond Street, Roxy Lanes is a unique blend of bowling, beers and food; it’s a different atmosphere to every other bar in Leeds.

The whole place has a youthful, stylish American feel and upon first glance, you will understand why. And with cracking food, a great range of affordable drinks and bowling, it’s a great night out in Leeds!

Check out a review of Roxy Lanes here.

Slate NQ
Leeds City Centre

Slate NQ

Slate NQ

The Leeds bar and restaurant scene is constantly evolving and Slate NQ is one of the latest additions to the exciting line-up. Meat platters, pool tables, cocktails and a choice of three outside terraced areas, it’s a top place to go!

Their speciality? Pool. With pristine pool tables filling the venue, it’s another fantastic night out in Leeds.

Read our review of Slate NQ here.

Brooklyn Bar
Leeds City Centre

Brooklyn Bar

Brooklyn Bar

Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently then you will know that Leeds has seriously upped its burger game. Almost Famous, MeatLiquor, Boss Burger and Aire Bar to name a few. With all this competition it can be hard to stand out from the crowd but we’re confident Brooklyn Bar won’t be struggling. A lot has been said about Brooklyn Bar and there’s good reason for that. Brooklyn Bar really does rise up to the local competition.

You can check out our review here.

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You can see more information on these bars, and their other bars, at their website here: www.jonesbargroup.com