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  • The Garden Gate
    Grade II Listing by English Heritage making it one of only a handful of pubs in the country to hold this honour Having been saved from closure by Leeds Brewery this hidden treasure is now entering a new phase in its history Hand pulled ale has been re introduced 6 real ales at all times alongside a great range of favourite draught beers lagers and ciders and bottled products New Food Menu all home made fresh food being served daily Mon to Fri 12 2 and weekends 12 5 Two meals from Main Menu for 12 Sunday Dinner not to be missed 6 95 per head desserts available on request Bookings can be made in advance on 0113 2777705 Take away menus available Coming soon New Summer Menu with jacket potatoes baguettes Salads etc To eat in or take away Check back regularly for news of up coming events and offers Hunslet Hawks Heritage meeting 1st Weds of every month starts at 12 Former rugby players people interested in Hunslet anyone welcome to come and have a chat maybe a beer or two If you want meals or sandwiches available Meet at the Garden Gate for all home Hunslet Hawks

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  • The Garden Gate - History
    hang on to the property for long and in 1878 Jabez Schofield and Jasper Boswell who were Wine and Spirit Merchants bought the building In 1881 Edward Wilson took control of the freehold and it was he who instigated the construction of the building that we know today In 1901 the architect W Mason Coggill of Stourton Leeds was commissioned to design a brand new Public House Construction began in 1902 and was completed by 1903 Almost all of the work was carried out by local Leeds firms including the Leeds Fireclay Company who provided all the glazed tilling and bar fitting firm J Claughton who were responsible for the woodwork and fixed seating The layout is absolutely typical of a small late Victorian early Edwardian pub with its separate rooms and central corridor Architecturally it has a decorative treatment which rivals that of much larger city centre gin palaces of the period and a wealth of internal riches that include lavish tilling faience and etched glass with art nouveau motifs mosaic floors moulded plasterwork and ornate mahogany fitments Following Wilson s death in 1910 the pub was leased to the Bradford brewer William Whittaker and Co Ltd which began a period of brewery ownership which remained almost uninterrupted until the present day In 1922 Ind Coope based in Burton upon Trent first leased and then purchased the building Following a transfer of ownership to a subsidiary company Ind Coope North East Ltd in 1962 largely due to the formation of Allied Breweries in 1961 the building eventually ended up in the hands of Leeds brewers Joshua Tetley and Son in 1964 The greatest threat to the pub came in the late 1960s when the building was earmarked for demolition as part of re development plans It was saved following

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  • The Garden Gate - Food
    with mayo 4 80 4 95 5 50 Tuna Mayo 4 50 4 70 4 95 Fish Finger with Tartar sauce 4 25 4 45 Ham and Cheese 4 25 4 45 Steak Canadian Onion 4 40 4 60 Cheese and onion v 4 25 4 45 4 90 Chilli 5 50 Curry 5 40 SALADS Please ask which choices are available today QUICHE OF THE DAY Quiche serves with Salad 3 50 Quiche served with small salad Chips or Jacket Potato 5 50 TWO BURGER MEALS FOR 10 all served with Chips Salad Prime Beef Burger served in a bap 5 50 Prime Beef Burger with Bacon 5 70 add cheese 15p Chicken Burger in a bap with mayo 5 25 PUB CLASSICS MAIN MENU Two meals for 12 Deep Fried Scampi served with chips and peas 6 40 Fish Chips peas and tartar sauce or curry sauce 6 40 Homemade lasagne served with garlic bread and salad 6 40 Homemade Steak and Ale Pie with your choice of mashed potato or chips peas and gravy 6 40 Trio of Sausages and Mash with rich beef gravy 6 25 GRILL MENU Rump Steak served with chips tomato and peas

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  • The Garden Gate - Drinks
    little different we now have a brilliant wine list and a variety of spirits to keep everyone happy Come in and check them out 6 cask ales at all times John Smiths Guinness on draught Bottles of Midnight Bell Ciders Stowford Press Strongbow Berry Lagers Carling San Miguel and Grolsch WKD s Smirnoff Ices etc bottle lagers Budweisser Corona Desperado Becks non alcoholic Becks Blue Red Stripe Alska Bottled Ciders

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  • The Garden Gate - History
    3 Whitfield Place Hunslet Leeds LS10 2QB 0113 3451234 info gardengateleeds co uk Home History Food Drinks Photos Events Contact Photos 2012 Leeds Brewery

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  • The Garden Gate - Events
    Food Drinks Photos Events Contact Events Mon Darts Dominoes Every Weds Accoustic night One Sunday a month Piano Sing Along starts at 2pm ring 01132 777705 on check notices in pub for next one Table Top Sale in July to

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  • The Garden Gate - Contact
    take a left past the St Josephs Catholic Club and finally a right and you have found us Car parking at the back and side of the pub If walking or on a bus if you get off bus nr McDonalds cross rd at crossing go thru cut through follow rd to right and you will see the pub We are at the back of Morrisons nextdoor to the Job

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