The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating,Drinking & Shopping

Club Shop

The Club's shops provide a wide selection of Yorkshire Carnegie (and Leeds    Rhinos) merchandise.

The on-site Club Shop is located next to the Ticket office, near Gate B.

The City Centre store is located in the St. John's Centre.

Headingley Carnegie Stadium Shop: Phone: 0113 203 3228

web: www.store.leedsrugby.com

City Centre Shop: Phone: 0113 242 6156

 

Other Places to Eat & Drink:

TV Cricket commentator “Bumble” recommends:

-A pre/post-match pint at the Scarborough Taps, near the station.”It’s a lovely boozer with plenty of real ale and after a refit it’s in great shape.”

-Whitelocks Ale House:”This is a bit of a hidden gem. It’s an old-fashioned pub with porcelain and green and white tiles but serves a cracking pint and there’s plenty of ales to choose from.”

“There’s only one place to head for a curry and that Nawaab,just down from the station.

 

Trio

44 North Lane

Headingly

0113 203 6090

2 4 1 on Pizza, Pasta & Burgers

Flying Pizza

60 Street Lane

Roundhay

0113 266 6501

Italian eatery near former home of Roundhay RUFC

Leeds Seventeen

Nursery Lane

Alwoodley

0113 266 2594

Great Yorkshire grub from long-time supporter of the club

ARC

19 Ash Road

Headingly

0113 275 2223

Ideal for a final pre-game drink

Box

8 Otley Rioad

Headingley

0113 224 9266

Vibrant bar with big screens

Original Oak

2 Otley Road

Headingley

0113 275 1322

Traditional Pub

 

Other Things to Do

Royal Armouries Museum

Armouries Drive

Leeds

LS10 1LT

0113 220 1999

Britain’s national museum of arms and armour, with over 8,500 objects in five galleries

Open daily from 10-5, and it’s free.

 

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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