As a nation we sure do love any excuse for a party and the Royal Wedding which is looming round the corner is definitely an opportunity for a knees-up. Leeds is no exception and will be celebrating the big day on Saturday like the rest of the country, so take a look at our top 6 recommendations for celebrating Prince Harry and Meghan tie the knot…
According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Millennium Square will be showing the wedding on a big screen for everyone to watch, just as they did for Prince William and Kate’s big day. Make sure you get down early for a prime view spot!
The events space in Kirkgate Market will also be showing the ceremony on a screen, so if you’d prefer to be indoors in case there’s a chance of you know what…then here’s the place to go. You can also take advantage of the delicious variety of street food in the market to keep you going for the whole event.
Curve at Victoria Gate
If a Royal wedding isn’t the chance to flaunt your quintessentially British roots then we don’t know what is…Curve are offering a Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea where you can enjoy finger sandwiches, cakes, scones with clotted cream and of course, a glass of prosecco and a pot of tea. It might not be the Royal Wedding breakfast but it’s certainly the next best thing.
Royal Wedding at Browns
If you’re not too bothered about watching the wedding and instead indulging in some British delicacies, then Browns can offer you just that. Treat yourself to a typically-British set menu and expect to find some of the nation’s favourite dishes; Devon crab and prawn cocktail, Beef Wellington and Bakewell Crumble, including a glass of Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Or if desserts are more your thing, the Royal Afternoon Tea may be just for you.
Yates’ Boar Lane
Yates’ certainly know how to throw a party and they’re not missing this opportunity to do what they do best. Bag yourself 2-4-1 cocktails all day and take part in their games and giveaways. The DJ will be keeping you entertained from morning until…. well morning!
The Mustard Pot
Did someone say Royal Wedding Garden Party? Yes, that’s right, if you head to The Mustard Pot in Chapel Allerton you can celebrate the occasion with the rest of Leeds’ royalists, outdoors! It won’t be just any old garden party though, expect afternoon tea, scones, Pimms, gin and lots of live music. What’s not to love?