Tiger Tiger Leeds is a sprawling cavern of party goers in the North West. A huge party hive in The Light on Albion Street, with six dance floors, eight party spaces and a gut-ton of attitude, Leeds’ notoriously hardcore revellers have met their match in Tiger Tiger. Wild and fierce, the club also has more chilled bars and a restaurant serving lunch and dinner because, contrary to popular belief, eating is not cheating. Join the party any night of the week, but come down at the weekend for a packed-house of party animals who know how to let out their inner tigers.
Leeds is many things. A bubbling metropolis, a hive of students, artists and musicians, destination for war buffs in the north, home to one of the Premier League’s most tragic casualties… The list goes on. But for party people looking for a big night out in The Light, off Albion Street, Leeds is one thing only – Tiger Tiger. Tiger Tiger rolls restaurant, bar and club into a one-stop destination for party goers looking for a complete night out. Grab a bite to eat in the Tiger Grill, before sloping over to the Jewel Bar for a drink as the party hots up. This sumptuous space is great for a cocktail or two, relaxing and planning which room to hit next.
For revellers with voices of angels, or at least above-average confidence, Tiger Tiger offers the only acceptable place in The Light to sing your heart out in public. Tiger Tiger’s famous Lucky Voice karaoke pods – brilliant for a girls’ night out, or a birthday party. Book your booth ahead, and enjoy private karaoke fun with a massive catalogue of songs, and a personal drinks service. Once you’ve put your pals to shame with your flawless rendition of Journey’s Small Town Girl, head over to Kanaloa bar for Tiger Tiger’s take on a Tiki bar, or head over to one of the six dance floors and bust some serious moves. No night at Tiger Tiger is complete without a photo or two, and you’re well looked after with our photographers, on hand to make sure you get some shots of you and your pals partying in Leeds’ top nighttime hotspot.
Really friendly service and love the small plates as a good option. V handy for dinner before a gig at the arena and arriving for happy hour is an added bonus. Done this twice now and it's our 'go to' when visiting Leeds.