Punch Clock (Leeds) Reviews
Description:2 Sussex Avenue / Leeds LS10 2LF / Tel: 0113 277 4165
Newest Review: ... a lot of seating space, and also plenty of room to move in the middle of the pub. I think this pub is quite well set out in terms of moving space and standing space if you don't want to sit down. The staff ======== Well I was in here last night for a couple of pints before I hit my next pub, I only went to the bar once as my boyfriend went the first time, and the staff seemed ok they served ... more
Customer Punch Clock (Leeds) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Where its based ============ 2 Sussex Avenue Leeds LS10 2LF Tel: 0113 277 4165 On walking into the pub ================== When you get to the doors of the pub, you are not greeted by the normal walk up a few steps that I am used to, the pub is all on a flat surface. The double doors can be a little heavy to open. Once in the pub you have very large seating areas, you have a large corner part full of seats, and also then you have another section with a little step to go up and even more seating. Straight ahead is the bar which is quite large and is nearly the full length of the pub so there is always ... Read the complete review
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