Dominating the bustling Millennium Square in Leeds city centre, The Electric Press, built around 1840, offers a fantastic selection of cuisines, from Italian to Indian, Asian to modern British, there’s something to suit the most demanding of taste buds.
Home to Epernay, All Bar One, Revolution, Peachy Keens, Souvlaki, Red Chilli and Be At One - which is opening late Spring, 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 cocktails after hours.
The Electric Press is home to the Carriageworks theatre, Leeds City Council’s theatre. Showcasing the best national and regional performances with a dynamic programme of theatre, dance, comedy and film, the Carriageworks also gives the local community the chance to take part in a variety of high quality arts activities.
Leeds Beckett University’s Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology is also based at the Electric Press.