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Mr Foleys

Mr Foleys


Opening in 2007, Mr Foleys is situated in a Grade II listed Portland Stone building across from Leeds Town Hall and a stones throw from Leeds Train Station.

It has always been our aim to offer you the best beers we can get our hands on, and currently offer 10 cask ales changing daily, 2 guest keg lines, a dedicated Brewdog font, and a wide range of lagers.

If that is not enough, we have an ever-changing range of 40+ bottled beers from some of the worlds greatest brewers, an extensive whisky shelf plus all the wines and spirits you would expect to find.

Open all the time


Free entry



159 The Headrow,



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Map reference: SE 298337  Lat: 53.79876 Long: -1.54904

By Car:

Head into Leeds city centre and follow the city loop. The closest car park is The Light on the city loop. From The Light, exit onto The Headrow and turn right. Cross the junction with Park Row and walk past Leeds Art Gallery. Mr Foley's Cask Ale House is opposite the Art Gallery.

By Public Transport:

From Leeds railway station, take the exit by M&S Food and turn left. Continue to walk staight up Park Row (passing many banks) to The Headrow. Mr Foley's is on the corner of The Headrow and Park Row.

Mr Foley's is housed in a magnificent Grade II-listed building, opposite Leeds' impressive Town Hall, and just minutes from the city train station. The outlet is named after Patrick James Foley, who founded Pearl Assurance on that very site