How about Almost Famous and their juicy burgers in a similarly vibrant setting. Or The Adelphi for more handmade patties alongside fine ale. Or the aforementioned Assembly Underground follows a similar model, with street food sellers including beautiful burgers by Slap & Pickle and pizza by The Pizza Authority. More Neapolitan goodness can be found at Ecco Pizzeria, at Pizza Fella, or again, paired with a huge choice of beers, at Tapped.
Beyond the food and drink, Belgrave provides plenty of entertainment and culture too. Their list of gigs are on trend and on taste, with both impeccable timeless artists and exciting acts of the now. This ethos follows that of Leeds’ awesome independent music venue Brudenell Social Club, and hot on its heels, newer intimate space, Hyde Park Book Club. Indeed, whilst Leeds has a multitude of excellent music venues, each, including Belgrave, has its own place in the city.
Perhaps the most similar place to combine all of the elements of Belgrave Music Hall is not a surprise but is a welcome relative. Headrow House opened a little later than Belgrave by the same folk behind it, and initially takes on the same personality: three floors, beers, food, rooftop terrace, vibrancy and eclecticism. Their differences have become more noticeable with time, as younger sibling Headrow House has actually become the more mature of the two, and Belgrave the more youthful, though both cross over to large extents. Which for Leeds, with two of these incredible multi-use venues, can only be a fantastic thing.