Dominating the bustling Millennium Square and just a short walk from the First Direct Arena, the Electric Press was once home to cabinet manufacturers Roodhouse & Sons, Chorley and Pickersgill’s print works and the West Riding Carriageworks.
Today, the Grade II listed building is home to a fantastic selection of restaurants offering a wide range of world cuisine, along with several bars serving everything from champagne and fine wines to beers and trendy cocktails.
Home to Epernay, All Bar One, Revolution, Peachy Keens, Souvlaki, Red Chilli and Be At One, the Electric Press provides drinking and dining options from breakfast through to supper.
There’s extensive outdoor seating for al fresco dining, as well as a glazed, heated courtyard area, making it an ideal location for coffee with friends or drinks after hours.
The Electric Press is also home to the Carriageworks theatre and Leeds Beckett University’s Northern Film School.
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Souvlaki serves the best traditional Greek and Cypriot dishes in a modern, warm and friendly atmosphere. Why not try delicious Ntakos with tomato, oregano and feta mmmm! See our Venues page for more information.
Got a Revolution Card? No need to pre-book then!
If you’re feeling adventurous, why not try Hot Spicy Braised Fish’s Head at Red Chilli Restaurant at The Electric Press?
Love Afternoon Tea? Epernay Champagne Bar’s Apres-Midi is a fantastic way to brighten up a dull weekend!
£30 for two to share, which includes Champagne!
Start February half-term off right with an interactive Draw-Along at The Carriageworks Theatre with the brilliant Nick Sharratt, for ages 6+
Escape the cold this evening and warm up with 2-4-1 cocktails until 8pm at Be At One Leeds!
It’s Fizz Friday at All Bar One here at The Electric Press! Start your weekend in style with a bottle of bubbly for just £15, or go big with a magnum for £30!