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Leeds is a sport-obsessed city, and it stands to reason that such a city would boast a top-notch sports bar to allow the citizens to enjoy the best of the action. Regardless of your tendencies are towards United or the Rhinos, for boxing or for cricket, there is a place right in the city centre that can help you to scratch your sporting itch: Shooters Sports Bar on The Headrow. They’ve got all the TVs, all the drinks behind the bar and all the food in the kitchen waiting to be brought to you to accompany the match. They only thing you really need to worry about is not getting a table for you and your mates – so book ahead and remove all the stress.
Shooters is a standard sports bar. The atmosphere is pretty good, the food is ok and the drinks are standard. Cheap and cheerful, can’t complain.
From Nicola Adams to Geoffrey Boycott, from Kevin Sinfield to James Milner, Leeds is coming down in sporting heroes. The conveyor belt of talent that comes out of West Yorkshire is legendary, and even for those that lack the chops to make it at the very highest level, the love of sports runs deep in the city. In the very beating heart of the city centre, on the corner of the The Headrow and Park Row, there is the perfect place to catch the game in the form of Shooters Sports Bar.
Their delights are fairly simple to see when you make it to Shooters on The Headrow. The sports are always at the centre, and the plethora of televisions that provide the best possible angle on the match are a testament to this. The drinks include all the lads’ favourites – especially the beer deals that are ideal for sharing between your group of mates – and their food selection is heavy on the big hitters. The repertoire takes in pizzas and burgers, butties and hot dogs, chips and nachos and even a few puddings if you can find space for them. All in all, that sounds to us like the perfect night out in Leeds, so get your mates together for the big game and make a move to Shooters on The Headrow, smack bang in the city centre.