The Libertine Cafe

WoodhousePizza, Italian££££
1 Review
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Happy customersMore than 100 million full and satisfied diners
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About The Libertine Cafe

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This strip-backed cafe bar in Leeds, The Libertine is two minutes up the road for the University of Leeds’ main campus building on Blenheim Place. A relaxed place where great pizzas, music and art collide. Serving up a veritable feast of DJ nights, quizzes, open mic spots and acoustic sessions, with their peerless pizzas, The Libertine is the ideal place to spend an evening with friends, catching up on gossip and munching on homemade Italian-style pizza.

Opening Times

Closed now
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm


The Libertine Cafe
7 Blenheim Terrace, Woodhouse
Leeds LS2 9HZ

Menu Highlights



The 'John Wilmot' England's First Libertine

Garlic Oil, Sea Salt, fresh home made Mozzarella, Red Grapes, Rosemary, Gorgonzola 'Grape Pizza'

Salami and Rocket

Tomato Sauce, topped with fresh homemade Mozzarella, spicy salami sausage and rocket

Chorizo and Brie

Tomato sauce, topped with fresh homemade Mozzarella Chorizo Brie

More about The Libertine Cafe, Leeds

Leeds’ The Libertine, on Blenheim place is home to some of the city’s best, and cheapest pizzas. Bringing together students, musicians, artists and Leeds’ best pub quizzers, The Libertine is the kind of relaxed and thoughtful place the prospectus promised, and makes a nice change from the sticky Union floors. And while two-for-one Thursday pizzas has proven incredibly popular with Leeds’ student masses, great open mic and acoustic nights draw a broader crowd.

Pizza lovers are presented with a short, but almost impossible to choose from menu of delicious pizzas like traditional caprese, or fishy anchovies, or the more exotic house special John Wilmot which combines garlic oil, mozzarella, grapes, gorgonzola and rosemary. Sounds like a mouthful? Don’t worry, it’s delicious. For those that can’t stick around The Libertine also offers everything to takeaway, but with some much going on, and loads of like-minded people hanging around and soaking in the ambience, The Libertine’s regulars know that front and centre is the only place to be.

1 The Libertine Cafe Review

1 Review
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Great value
Noise levels:Average
alice f.a year ago · 1 review

Great staff, drink and those that are enjoyed the food :)