Planning a night out with a physical disability can be a challenge. From that strategically placed step, which you weren’t expecting to finding out there is no disabled loo, all these little challenges can stop from getting out the door. Leeds is a beautiful city though and is full of accessible venues. So we’ve put together a little list to give you some ideas for a good disabled friendly night out in Leeds.
Places To Eat
Leeds is a foodie’s paradise. Whatever you’re in the mood for, whenever you are in the mood for it, you should be able to find it in Leeds. Below, we will give you a few ideas to get you started.
Chaophraya has easy access to the train and bus station. It has nice wide walk ways, a good size lift and the disabled toilet isn’t too shabby either. Check it out here.
With a concept that is completely unique, Trinity Kitchen rotates six new street food vans every eight weeks and offers visitors the chance to experience various flavours and cuisines under one roof.
As an added bonus, Trinity Kitchen is not a bad little spot if you are disabled either. There are staff on hand to help you carry, fetch or clear up. There is plenty of room for move (even if you have large power chair) and the disabled loos are very specious. Although the toilets do not have full changing facilities.
Trinity stays open late and has a few spacious lifts leading to it.
Learn more here.
Leeds is about independent traders and there are few better examples of that than Shears Yard. Located on the Calls, which are cobblestone heavy but don’t let that stop you!
Most of the way can be negotiated on easy to use footpaths. If you enter via the front door, you will see steps but there is entrance on the lower ground that staff can open for you. All you have to do is ask. If you book ahead for your disabled friendly Night out in Leeds, the door will already be open!
Places To Go For A Drink
If you are just after a casual drink, here are some ideas for your disabled friendly night out in Leeds.
Callings Landing is a must in the summer or the winter. The outside decking can be bit tricky for people with mobility issues but there are spots around the deck where you can bunker down. Inside, everywhere is nice and flat, and the disabled loo is easily accessible. Find out more here.
Tapped is an American-Style Brew Pub. Serving 27 draft beers including 13 cask ales and 14 craft keg beers. 100+ bottled beers from around the world. Topped off with beer dough stone baked pizzas made from scratch on site.
There is a lot to like about Tapped but what we like most, is the one level design. Everything from the bar to the toilet is on the one level. The pizza isn’t bad too. Find out more here.
If you want a traditional British pub experience, then The Adelphi is the place for your disabled friendly night out in Leeds.
So where do you go till the wee small hours? Here are some ideas…
Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen is a Leeds gem and should be on your list for a disabled friendly night out In Leeds. There is an easily accessible door down the side of the building. The disabled toilet is not half bad and simple to get to and the walkways are pretty wide. Find out more here.
Brudenell Social Club
If you like your gigs and want to support your local venues – The Brudenell Social Club is the place. Easy to get in and out, and so many vantage points from which to get a good view from.
There are some ideas to get you started. But do not stop there, get out and find some gems of your own!
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