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They interact with customers in the dining area but also have separate accommodation in the back of the building.
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Just knowing about this tiny underground bar is enough to impress – it’s hidden away in the basement of Lord Barbering barber shop, so most people don’t even know it’s there.
Once you find their sultry speakeasy, slide into one of the dark leather booths, treat your other half to one of the delectable cocktails and enjoy the vintage vibes. Dating can be an expensive business, but you don’t need to flash the cash to knock the socks off your love interest.
Kitty Cafe opens in Leeds"We've been trying out different evening activities at Kitty Cafe and customers suggested a singles night because going to the cafe is already such a great way to meet people," said owner Kate Charles-Richards."We held the first one recently and it went really well - lots of people hit it off and there were a few romances.
The majority of people managed to find someone and a group of couples went for a drink afterwards."There were a few more ladies than men but there was a good mix and a diverse age range.
Sugar hits come courtesy of the equally zany cocktails, where flavours are inspired by childhood sweets.
It’s a classy affair, but if you’re in need of something a little more casual for your first date, Headrow House and Belgrave Music Hall will be happy to oblige.
As you’d expect from a former brewery, the beer is top notch.
But this art deco building also has a daily menu full of local produce and a generous happy hour on weekday evenings.
Once your tummies are filled, it’s time for a slice of contemporary art. A whip round Junkyard Golf Club’s outlandish courses is one of the best date ideas in Leeds.
Entry to the gallery is free, so you can browse the range of ever-changing exhibitions without worrying about the final bill. From tropical madness to a twisted circus, each of the three themed games is a barmy assortment of colour, props and flashing lights.