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Woodies Ale House, Headingley

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user reviews of Woodies Ale House, Headingley

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Had a fantastic pint of Leeds Pale in here last night. Excellent, large selection of ales on offer as well. Nicely decked out pub with a large(ish) and attractive beer garden. Apparently gets very busy during term time with all the students.
dyyony - 23 Aug 2017 09:36
Recently refurbished and now a top rate real ale outlet with 12 handpumps. Big supporter of local micro breweries. Won the Leeds CAMRA Branch award for 'Most improved pub" in Summer 2014. Highly recommended.
Skeggja - 20 Feb 2015 19:55
Very average, sterile Greene King pub. Wouldn't bother going out of your way for this one - Deuchars and Ruddles Best (!) were on and were average. Tacky and uninspired.
Sharp - 8 Sep 2007 18:01
OK place, can get busy with students from the Met. Univ.
Interesting wooden decor.
TV on with sports usually.
mikeupd - 16 Jul 2007 17:19
Great pub, now my local and very grateful. Does cheap food, puts all the footy on except when theres rugby (-;, quiz night thurs/sun is recommended
WiggyDiggy - 29 May 2007 13:20
Great all-rounder, everyone's welcome, the beer is good, well worth a visit
corbon - 15 Feb 2007 17:37
Good mix of locals and students. Great atmostphere and friendly staff. Gets busy most nights expecially if they are showing sport. Food served at lunchtimes.
anonymous - 15 Jan 2006 17:06
great pub! cheap food (2.45 a meal!), good prices on all pints and a friendly and warm atmosphere. Best pub for a quiet pint and read in leeds!
brock - 13 Oct 2005 16:32
Since moving from Leeds to London I've yet to find a pub to match Woodies.

Never empty with a great atmosphere.

You never wait(ed) long to get served in this place.
Peter - 30 Oct 2004 15:21
The starting point of the infamous 'Otley Run', Woodies is a mix of mainly local and occasional student groups. They have a selection of nice hand pulls, including the ever wonderful Black Sheep, as well as the usual smoothflows.

Traditional decor, a couple of a slot machines, and some pool tables at the rear of the pub, this is a pretty relaxed place, with the tables near the windows often seeing the odd game of dominos.
Andy - 9 Jun 2003 10:23

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