Through an unsuspecting doorway placed next to Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen, you will find the cocktail bar, Blind Tyger. Once you’ve passed through the entrance, a set of stairs lead you up to a well-furnished snug room. In here you’ll find a wall full of liquors, garnishes, spirits and flavours. Blind Tyger creates some of the more experimental cocktails in Leeds from this collection. Bold flavours back up a menu where every drink has a clear theme. The bar has both style and substance in their approach to cocktail making. The menu also offers a tribute to the bars Yorkshire location in the form of, rhubarb-infused, “God’s Own Cocktail”. However, if you want to get more hands-on with your night, cocktail masterclasses are also available on a bookable basis.
Blind Tyger is a snug gem of a cocktail den tucked into Cross Belgrave street. It’s perfect for a quiet but sophisticated drink. However, if you are planning on going with a group it is advisable to book a booth as it isn’t a large place.