‘Naughty’ new cocktail bar confirms Call Lane opening – and we don’t have long to wait

Where else could you sip on a penis colada or a schlong island iced tea?
Behind Closed Doors has confirmed it will open on Call Lane. Credit: Supplied
Behind Closed Doors has confirmed it will open on Call Lane. Credit: Supplied

Behind Closed Doors, a cocktail bar that comes with a debaucherous twist, has confirmed the location of its very first Leeds bar.

The self-professed ‘naughty’ bar is a well-known name in Manchester, where it operates speakeasy-style in a Northern Quarter basement and has done for almost a decade.

News of its arrival into Leeds broke earlier this week, but Behind Closed Doors has now revealed exactly where it’ll be opening.

The bar is set to take over the former Wire nightclub on Call Lane, with an August launch date pencilled in.

You can expect it to bring its ethos of Sex, Rugs & Funk ’n’ Soul to our fair city – which means vintage erotica all over the walls, sexy mannequins and adult TV on the walls.

You can also call other people in the bar through retro phones on every table.

They say the new opening for Leeds will put the ‘D’ in debauchery.

‘The more adventurous party-goer’ will ring a bell to enter through a secret door, then will spend a night drinking cocktails like the Love Bite (pink gin, raspberry and cucumber slushie), Smoke my Sweet (a barrel stave smoked old fashioned) and Chocstar Martini (a chocolate espresso martini with whipped cream top).

Other tasty tipples include the penis colada and schlong island iced tea.

Director and creator of Behind Closed Doors, Nick Parr, said: “Leeds has an enviable reputation for its nightlife, and it was the immediate choice as the location for our second venue.

“When you visit Behind Closed Doors you enter a liberating, hedonistic atmosphere, where we want guests to release their inhibitions.

“From the scandalous décor and tempting drinks to the live DJ’s playing eclectic funk, soul and disco music, we’ve created a place where you can really show your wild side and indulge a few guilty pleasures.

“As someone who has partied in the city many times, I know that the people of Leeds are going to love what we have in store for them.”

Behind Closed Doors is due to open on Call Lane in August.

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